Creatokia: Blockchain for Publishers


The legal side of NFTs: the legal basics you need to know when you want to sell digital originals

Season 2, Ep. 9

What makes an NFT special from a legal perspective? How does ownership of NFTs work? And which rights need to be included in the NFT contract? John, Jens and Videl discuss these and other questions with Tom Brägelmann, business attorney and experienced international restructuring practitioner at Schalast. He works intensively on the legal aspects of blockchain applications, especially NFT. Tom tells us about his first experiences with the blockchain and how he got involved in Creatokia. He also explains the legal basics you need to know when working with NFTs – and it’s not as complicated as you might think. Tune in and get some more insights on NFTs from a legal perspective!


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

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