Business Tips: NFTs For Beginners in 45 minutes

Business Tips: NFTs For Beginners in 45 minutes

Awesome Tip: NFTs For Beginners in 45 minutes



This an interview that I did on NFP, the” Non-Fungible Podcast” hosted by DKleine to talk all things NFT. This is a fantastic interview for anyone who is just getting started learning about NFT’s. We discuss the culmination of life events and interests that drew me to NFTs and CryptoArt in particular and I provide the broader implications of non-fungible tokens and blockchain technology.

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Gary Vaynerchuk is one of the world’s leading marketing experts, a New York Times bestselling author, and the chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a contemporary global creative and media agency built to drive business outcomes for their partners. He is a highly popular public speaker, and a prolific investor with investments in companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, Coinbase, Slack, and Uber. Gary is a board/advisory member of Bojangles’ Restaurants, MikMak, Pencils of Promise, and is a longtime Well Member of Charity:Water. He’s also an avid sports card investor and collector. He lives in New York City.

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28 Replies to “Business Tips: NFTs For Beginners in 45 minutes”

  1. Every bitcoin investor right now is just smiling at the price of bitcoin as it held strong and indeed valuable enough to generating good ROI. More persons are gonna become millionaires and we have bitcoin thanks for that

  2. Gary, I'm hoping with your project that you have played the original Pokemon Red/Blue game yourself. The key to the NFT is the gameplay reason of why you needed to catch them all!

  3. Gary, much love but you dont need to say comma. Also it's funny you say your doing these casts for other ppl cuz you dont have time but your whole life is putting these vids out so it's just another vid for more followers and more garyvee love and brand so you really dont gotta sugarcoat it comma, cuz we know that

  4. Guys I just had a slightly terrifying realization. Not only will the “first” of things be worth a lot because of NFTS. But the “last” of things will too. The last song, the last poem, the last piece of work, but even scarier, the last moments of someone we love.

  5. My take is that licensing and ownership is going to be what matters in the NFT world. For example anybody can buy a marvel or dc nft created by an artist but the limited “official” nfts produced and licensed by marvel and dc will be clear winners

  6. NFT’s are way overpriced right now , wait for 3 mouths or more and then start buying the ones which are kind of fall proof like the Crypto punks

  7. Hey Gary you should check out $CHZ coin. It's a sports token that I think you'll have a lot to say about its future prospects!!

    I've got mine loaded up and HODL'in

  8. If there is a platform for people to display and interact with there NFT with one another, whether it one on one sharing or like a museum room for people to view and visit your collection, does it sounds like something people might be interested?

  9. OMG! I was literally was up all night thinking about the META value that NFTs can represent (25:17). As soon as people start thinking about NFTs as a way to facilitate transactions of tangible items, nobody will question them. Who wouldn't pay more for a piece of art knowing that it was once owned by Donald Trump or Gary Vee. This would also apply collectables that have only been transacted once or twice. I'm sooo excited about this space…

  10. OMG I didn’t expect to be reminded of my dear friend, Patrick Glover, a garbage pail kids card artist from back in the day. Unfortunately he passed away in 2017 but I’m so thankful to have some of his original large scale art! I’m excited by NFTs and am wondering if he would have loved or hated them!

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