NFTs are the most hyped new format the music space has seen in years – recently everyone from Grimes to Kings of Leon have got in on the act. However, traditional NFTs also have a tremendously harmful effect on the environment. But these digital collectibles don’t have to.
Max Shand is the creator of Serenade, a recently launched NFT platform who, via the technology they utilise, have a more eco conscious approach. And, in a world where these digital collectibles change hands for huge sums of money, he wants NFTs to be affordable and accessible to real music fans while creating a sustainable system that financially rewards creators. He's also very good at explaining what NFTs are, in case you're still thoroughly confused.
Hosts Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane also share some recommendations.
Sounds Like A Plan series 2 is supported by Festival Republic. They put on festivals including the legendary Reading Festival, being at Richfield Avenue, Reading on August 26-28th 2022. Weekend tickets are available now:
Links to things discussed in the podcast:
This episode's recommendations:
Vestiaire Collective - buy second hand clothes
Seat At The Table documentary series presented by Jack Harries
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