Jazmine Boykins is a 20-year-old digital artist. Her online artwork, while receiving positive feedback, did not produce any real income. But Boykins has recently sold the same pieces for profits using non-fungible tokens, also known as NFTs. NFTs enable artists like Boykins to gain from their artwork.

Hong Kong artists frequently struggle to get their voice out due to limited gallery spaces. Is it time for these artists to start looking into this new emerging tool to market their work?

On the surface, the whole concept reeks of a bubble: investors paying millions for works that can often be viewed…

Adam Au

Head of legal with an MBA@MIT. Exploring topics on education, data privacy, tech, entrepreneurship and PE/VC landscape.

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