Rough notes from the NFT Archeology twitter space with Adam McBride, on September 23rd. Adam McBride has read through 30,000+ etherscans How many older projects still out there?Maybe 100 from 2016A good number from 2017Maybe a couple from 2018Some pixel projects from 2017 aren’t being released. People are “pixeled out.” DouglassNFTMentions the first person to ever sell art to a gallery for bitcoinHarm van den DorpelMonaco mix…was zipped. A piece of software Harm wrote. Partnered with Rita Vitorelli. Left Gallery Stumbled on MonacosPut on blockchain in 2016Put them on a scribe – now defunct [unsure of what a scribe is]Many NFT projects on a scribeHarm relaunched everything in 2018 on left gallery Ryan Kuo Emblem VaultLets you take something living on bitcoin, package it with Ethereum, and put it on OpenSea. Harm is rereleasing on EthereumSo there’s a question of: what you do with identical pieces?Give existing piece on bitcoin to the current holder? Different kinds of valueSome innovative art isn’t necessarily financially value, despite being culturally relevantA lot of different ways to measure the value and impact of projects; may not always be reflected in the price tag Part of these projects is a kind or archeology, part of it art restoration. “People are crazy until they aren’t” “We all may think we know where it’s going to go when it comes to NFTs, but none of us have any idea.”“”If you’re 20-25, learn solidity…sit down, learn it for 6 months” “If you’re building in the NFT space, you’re good.” Lee: meeting & knowing people is equally as important as buildingMess around and meet people Social tokensDemonstrates belonging to some groupCan be anything People are taking every single version of the concept of property and people are bringing that on chain. Adam thinks the next big thing with NFT will be music, but then everything after that Example in TradArt: Yves KleinBuy nothingGet receiptCould burn it First bonding curve on Ethereum? EtherRockRock, Paper, Scissors Says GO! by Arthur Hayes Beauty in the fact that something like an EtherRock can be so bad but be worth so muchWhat makes something like it continue to hold value? The community The Art of Not Giving A Shit https://numberboard73.com/ Having a lot of money makes you rich. Being able to choose makes you wealthyYou don’t necessarily need a lot of money to be wealthyNaval Ravikant on Joe Rogan
Rough notes from the NFT Archeology twitter space with Adam McBride, on September 23rd.