A series of NFT artworks collectively titled ‘MVP Most Valuable Painting’ by artist Jonas Lund is displayed on screens in the windows of The Flannels Group department store on Oxford Street in London on April 4. Photo: Bloomberg
A series of NFT artworks collectively titled ‘MVP Most Valuable Painting’ by artist Jonas Lund is displayed on screens in the windows of The Flannels Group department store on Oxford Street in London on April 4. Photo: Bloomberg
Dennis Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Dennis Lee

Are NFT artworks and collectibles worthy of all the hype?

  • Minting and exchanging NFTs consumes large amounts of energy, seemingly needlessly
  • Rather, we should use technology sensibly, to improve our lives and not rush blindly to embrace the latest meaningless trend

A series of NFT artworks collectively titled ‘MVP Most Valuable Painting’ by artist Jonas Lund is displayed on screens in the windows of The Flannels Group department store on Oxford Street in London on April 4. Photo: Bloomberg
A series of NFT artworks collectively titled ‘MVP Most Valuable Painting’ by artist Jonas Lund is displayed on screens in the windows of The Flannels Group department store on Oxford Street in London on April 4. Photo: Bloomberg
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