NFTs, Fan Tokens and Ticketing: What Companies Need to Know
Nonfungible tokens (NFTs), fan tokens and ticketing, and the associated technology, have been growing in popularity and developing quickly. Businesses are scrambling to understand how NFTs fit within existing legal frameworks, including issues involving intellectual property. Join us for a live discussion to better understand the application of this technology and the regulatory and legal concerns, implications and opportunities that these bring.
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