If your NFT is a security, then absent specific exceptions, the offering of your NFT must strictly adhere to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules, regulations and registration requirements. This applies to sellers and exchanges.
In this #Clubhouse Room (live and recorded), attorney Mitch Jackson (also an #NFT creator and investor) shares 7 ways to protect yourself from criminals, scams, disorganized promoters, and breaking the law.
Each day, for the next 365 days, I’m minting and dropping a new #NFT in “My Daily Collection” on OpenSea. I hope you enjoy my original ocean, boat, and nature pieces.
As a special bonus, many pieces will offer unlockable content to compliment the ownership experience. I hope you enjoy this collection as much as I do sharing my work. Here’s the link.
Why am I doing this?
Well, I believe to really understand something, you have to immerse yourself into it. Diving headfirst into new technology to learn the details and appreciate the nuances is one of the best ways to do this.
That’s what I’m doing with this NFT project. In addition to sharing some of my favorite original pieces, this daily effort will also keep me focused on learning as much as I can about the NFT space. Along this journey, I’ll learn more about the intricacies of this technology and in the end, have a much better understanding of the legal needs of the community.
That’s my “why” behind the project. It’s going to be a fun and interesting ride.
Share your thoughts and if you’d like to support my efforts, when you see a piece you like, give it a little love with a share 😁
My first drop is today (November 12, 2021), and I’m using #nftdaily on the socials.