1. If creators get a new way to earn money from their creations without having to control all copying methods — than this is a good thing.
  2. The ambiguity of owning an NFT [1] is a feature not a bug — because obvious games are boring and nfts are about status games.

That said I still hate NFTs — maybe I am not very good at status games and fashions.

I could write many more theses about how NFTs are bad, but I won’t, because it is already well covered. I wanted to save two things that are good about NFTs that I have not seen mentioned elsewhere.

1: https://twitter.com/HollanderAdam/status/1484270140900495361, https://mashable.com/article/twitter-profile-picture-hexagonal-fake-nft

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What is fascinating is that the two companies are polar opposites of each other: Apple is extremely centralized and focused, befitting its obsession with being the best, while Amazon is extremely decentralized and independent, befitting its obsession with experimentation. It’s why Apple is known for multiple groundbreaking products, while Amazon is known for multiple groundbreaking businesses.

from “An Interview with Eric Seufert About Apple, Facebook, and Mobile” by Ben Thompson (https://stratechery.com/)

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