A visitor standing in front of an immersive art installation titled “Machine Hallucinations — Space: Metaverse” that was converted into NFT and auctioned online at the Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong earlier this year. Photo: Reuters
A visitor standing in front of an immersive art installation titled “Machine Hallucinations — Space: Metaverse” that was converted into NFT and auctioned online at the Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong earlier this year. Photo: Reuters
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Letters | Metaverse land grab: as gamblers rush in, governments must tax them

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A visitor standing in front of an immersive art installation titled “Machine Hallucinations — Space: Metaverse” that was converted into NFT and auctioned online at the Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong earlier this year. Photo: Reuters
A visitor standing in front of an immersive art installation titled “Machine Hallucinations — Space: Metaverse” that was converted into NFT and auctioned online at the Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong earlier this year. Photo: Reuters
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