A visitor looks at an NFT digital artwork to be auctioned at the Millon Belgique auction house in Brussels, on May 18. After the sale in March of a collage of 5,000 digital images by the American artist Beeple for US$69 million, the Europeans are getting into the NFT act. Photo: AFP
A visitor looks at an NFT digital artwork to be auctioned at the Millon Belgique auction house in Brussels, on May 18. After the sale in March of a collage of 5,000 digital images by the American artist Beeple for US$69 million, the Europeans are getting into the NFT act. Photo: AFP
Adam Au
Opinion

Opinion

Adam Au

Climate friendly or not, NFTs could open up new vistas to Hong Kong artists

  • While novel technologies will have their flaws, NFTs can spur Hong Kong-based artists to experiment beyond the confines of urban spaces
  • If such an unorthodox business model proves viable, NFTs might represent a big leap towards the perfect combination of art, finance and blockchain technology

A visitor looks at an NFT digital artwork to be auctioned at the Millon Belgique auction house in Brussels, on May 18. After the sale in March of a collage of 5,000 digital images by the American artist Beeple for US$69 million, the Europeans are getting into the NFT act. Photo: AFP
A visitor looks at an NFT digital artwork to be auctioned at the Millon Belgique auction house in Brussels, on May 18. After the sale in March of a collage of 5,000 digital images by the American artist Beeple for US$69 million, the Europeans are getting into the NFT act. Photo: AFP
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