4 Ways Collectors Can Safeguard their NFTs

Art Market

Mieke Marple

Having collected NFTs since late 2017, Jason Bailey—perhaps better known by his Twitter handle, Artnome—has seen his share of ups and downs. He was the first person to buy from the platform SuperRare, as well as the first to buy an NFT by XCOPY, an artist whose 2018 NFT A Coin For the Ferryman resold for $6 million on SuperRare in November of last year. In March 2021, Bailey—easily recognizable to those in the crypto world thanks to his signature headband, long hair, and beard—founded ClubNFT, a company that aims to address gaps in the NFT

Guide to creating a customizable online bakery delivery

The bakery industry has been growing in popularity in recent years, so much that in China, it has 10% of the food and beverage market share. This spike in growth owes to increasing demand for western cuisines in major cities, worldwide. Other known drivers are locals’ changing lifestyles, high standards of living, and ballooning disposable incomes.

According to research, the bakery industry generates yearly revenue of $30 billion and is expected to be worth $436.91 billion by 2026. This statistical data points to a robust market, in which any interested individual can participate. And what better way to start a

NFTs are joining retail – Los Angeles Business Journal

Non-fungible tokens are making their way into the merchandising arena, and that has both retailers and Web3 creators excited about the collaboration between markets.
Most recently, downtown-based Toonstar, a Web3 animation studio, and retailer Hot Topic Inc. announced a partnership that will result in the sale of NFTs and other Web3 products in physical stores and online.

Web3 is the futuristic vision of the internet that includes block chains and token-based vehicle such as NFTs.
NFTs function like other cryptocurrencies except each token has its own unique serial number, meaning it is attached to its own image, music or membership.

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Taking up a side hustle has become increasingly popular and easier to achieve in the modern digital age. While there are countless side hustles people can take advantage of, there may be a few opportunities that are more lucrative than others.

If you’re looking for your next side hustle idea, it helps to get inspiration from individuals who have successfully launched and grown businesses themselves. Below, members of Young Entrepreneur Council each share one side hustle they believe will be popular in the coming years and why each one is such a good opportunity.

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Good Company: Platform’s Push to Make the Art Market

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Eric Felipe-Barkin

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As an art history and economics major,
Bettina Huang
wanted to work in the art world. However, when the native New Yorker got her dream job at Christie’s, working on contemporary art auctions, she found herself disappointed. 

“The traditional art industry was one very much rooted in relationships and elitism, and a place that was averse to innovation,” Huang says. “That… felt contrary to what I care about.” 

Huang, 38, went to business school believing she would never work in art again and spent the next 10 years in e-commerce start-ups. “I

Sonoma tattoo studios see surge in business

The Sonoma Valley tattoo industry is enjoying a real shot in the arm, according to local artists.

With the pandemic having capped the ink containers on many tattoo services for most of 2020, local artists emerging from the health crisis are finding demand for their services on a notable upswing.

In fact, the needle is moving on tattoo art in more ways than one across the entire industry, with online searches for “tattoos” up 48% since March 2020, according to Google Trends.

“It’s just huge,” Sonoma Valley tattoo artist Jim Valavanis said this week about the surge he’s seeing in