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>"This article is intended as an olive branch to two communities: 1) NFT insiders who are excited by the technology, and 2) very online, arts-related NFT outsiders who mostly see NFTs as scams, piracy, and wastefulness. I’ve straddled both worlds, and today, I think many well-meaning NFT-insiders are making mistakes about what matters, leaving outsiders with the depressing impression that NFTs are nothing but a giant, substanceless economic bubble."
>"This article is intended as an olive branch to two communities: 1) NFT insiders who are excited by the technology, and 2) very online, arts-related NFT outsiders who mostly see NFTs as scams, piracy, and wastefulness. I’ve straddled both worlds, and today, I think many well-meaning NFT-insiders are making mistakes about what matters, leaving outsiders with the depressing impression that NFTs are nothing but a giant, substanceless economic bubble."
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