My NFT Gallery
Many of my friends and colleagues are still critical when it comes to NFTs. They can't imagine what value digital art, for example, can have. It's just a Jpeg on a computer.
To leave this abstract level, I have created a gallery with some of my favourite NFTs. Now friends and colleagues can walk through my gallery and have a look at my NFT collection (if they are with me, even in VR via my Oculus Quest 2).
The presentation of my NFTs in a gallery has really helped many in my network to build an understanding of NFTs, their artistic value, and why someone would collect NFTs in the first place. If you are interested, walk through my OnCyber exhibit at https://cyber.xyz/mademethink.xyz (with music).
So if you have NFTs yourself, set up a gallery via OnCyber (or similar platforms) and share it with your circle of friends and colleagues (and with me, would love to see it). It took me about 1-2 hours to set up the gallery. But it was worth the time: now most people around me understand why I buy JPEGs and don't just "right-click save" them.
By the way: In the meantime, I almost only visit virtual galleries. Numerous exhibitions are just a click away and the art shown in these galleries can be breathtaking. If you know a virtual gallery that is really worth seeing, let me know!
Enclosed are a few screenshots from my gallery.
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Disclaimer: The thoughts published in this publication are my personal opinions and should not be viewed as investment advice. Readers should always do their own research. I own cryptocurrencies and NFTs of various projects, but mainly to explore and gain a deeper understanding of the field rather than for investment purposes.