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One reader commented on last issue:
FYI Based on the sale price and size,1 pixel of Beebles image is worth $15.00
Another reader commented:
Hello, i thought i might write to both clarify the subject of NFT as well as point out some problems to think about.
NFT is simply a means to ensure the uniqueness of a digital image. Using the same technology as cryptocurrency, it creates a unique, one-of-a-kind “code” that authenticates a digital file, usually an image, as unique.
To speak of “NFT art” therefore isn’t really logical. Any digital file can and has been made an NFT. In the photo world that you and the readers inhabit, people may think of their digital photography; any image can be an NFT. Any. To provide an example, you may see: