- Legal situations to be aware of in the NFT space
- What steps to take to be legally protected during your NFT journey
- Why meetings in the Metaverse are beneficial
- My favorite virtual meetings spaces
On Thursday I spoke in one of the largest social audio Clubs on Clubhouse (696K members). The topic was “Investing in NFTs, Avoiding Scams and Understanding Regulations.” [Update- this was a value-packed social audio show. Listen to the replay here.]
Here are 31 of my favorite Metaverse and Web3 posts and interviews I’ve created or have been part of over the last several months. These posts and discussions include conversations and resources relating to specific Metaverse platforms, headsets, NFTs, blockchains, smart contracts, intellectual property rights and, specific legal tips.
Take these Metaverse and Web3 strategies and resources and stay relevant moving forward. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Double down on your existing strengths when embracing these new methods to connect and build your brand.
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See you in the Metaverse!
A Real-World Guide to the Metaverse for Professionals and Business Owners
How to Communicate in the Metaverse
The Fyre Festival was a 2017 fraudulent music event promoted to take place in the Bahamas. Convicted con artist Billy McFarland was the primary promoter along with rapper and actor, Ja Rule. Well-known Instagram and social media influencers Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, and Emily Ratajkowski generated excitement with their social media posts.
Social media was buzzing with anticipation, with everyone paying thousands of dollars, in some cases tens of thousands, to be part of this one-of-a-kind Coachella type of exotic island event. There was just one problem. A colossal rug pull was about to happen, and nobody saw it coming. [click to enjoy the full article]
Creating and hosting an NFT drop is exciting. There’s nothing better for a creator or artist than sharing your creative work with the world.
At the same time, your NFT drop is full of legal landmines and financial exposure. In fact, I can’t think of a time in my 35 years of practicing law when I’ve observed so much potential exposure to claims and lawsuits. Over the next year or two, I expect many creators to have their personal assets like bank accounts, home equity, and retirement plans seized by judgment creditors because of the business liability side to NFTs.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on Brian Fanzo’s top-rated, NFT365 podcast. I shared “best legal/biz practices” to help keep you safe in the #NFT space.