On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” branding expert Donny Deutsch gives NFTs a “brand down” assessment. Here’s why NFTs need a rebrand and a decoupling from cryptocurrencies.
Can someone add a new set of licensing rights to an existing NFT? Attorney Lance Koonce of Klaris Law provides the answer in his Ask the Attorney column.
What options do creators have if their NFT work is pirated by someone pretending to own the copyright? Attorney Lance Koonce offers options in his new column.
Are you new to NFT sales? Here are several tips and techniques that creators have found work well to get your NFT sales off the ground.
Many people mistakenly believe that when they buy a painting or physical artwork, they can turn it into an NFT. Not so, as our Ask the Attorney column explains.
The attached NFT utility refers to the additional functionality or benefits that an NFT can provide beyond simply representing ownership or proof of authenticity. Utility can also be referred to as rewards or perks that an owner/buyer receives when purchasing your decentralized work. Here are some examples of attached NFT utility to keep in […]
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses whether a photographer can sell photos of public figures taken at a public event as NFTs.
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses whether you can sell a work of street photography as an NFT.
Formula 1 filed for eight trademarks covering vital aspects of blockchain usability such as NFT, cryptocurrency, marketplace, meta-tokens and digital collectibles. Here’s why it means.
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses some of the most common copyright issues encountered within Web3 and the NFT space.