Creatokia: Blockchain for Publishers


The evolution of media and the role of decentralized content creation

Season 2, Ep. 18

We wrap up this season with another amazing guest and welcome Elf J Trul, the creative mind behind the "Forgotten Runes Wizard's Cult" – a very unique and successful NFT project that has been gaining more and more fame over the past few months. Elf shares his own story and tells us about the fantastic journey he has been on. We talk about the fascinating idea of decentralized and community-driven world-building, which lies at the core of The Forgotten Runes. Also, about the crucial role of an unhindered flow of creativity and how important it is to stay true to your own vision no matter what everyone else might be doing.  

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How NFTs are influencing the art world – between fractionalization and sustainability

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We are very happy to welcome Anna Graf in this week’s episode. Anna is Director of NFT at the platform MISA.ART which has grown out of the renowned and Berlin based “König Galerie”. We learn about how that project has started and the vision she now pursues. We touch a whole lot of highly interesting topics such as the concept of fractionalized ownership or the controversial sustainability discourse which we get an interesting perspective on. Furthermore, we learn how artists are discovering NFT as a new form of expression for themselves, and about an inspiring project by Jonas Burgert who is using NFT art as a means of organizing and providing concrete humanitarian aid to war refugees from Ukraine. As always, we wrap it up with some very useful advice for publishers who are working on their own NFT strategy. Links to the discussed projects:Check out The goal is to identify the needs of Ukrainian people in distress and provide assistance as quickly as possible.“Beisein” by Jonas Burgert:“Sweet Sweet Cherry Pink” by Robert Janitz: Follow Anna and her work at MISA.ART and König Galerie: Twitter@the_annagraf: Websites: