S’More Appears In New NFT Panel

S’More, the anti-superficial dating platform, has appeared on a new panel discussing the rise of NFTs.

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) took the world by storm in 2021, going from an underground technology known by a few to being used by the masses, being heavily featured in events such as Miami Art Week.

Grit Daily and Token Society brought together Adam Cohen Aslatei (S’More Date), Braunwyn Windham-Burke (Real Housewives of OC), and Victoria Brito (Sneakerhead) to discuss why NFTs can’t be ignored by content creators. In a frank conversation with GD’s own Jordan French, these star creators shared their experiences with their careers, followers, monetisation efforts, and how NFTs are changing all of them.

With NFTs becoming increasingly relevant in popular culture and new platforms making it easier for any individual to mint and distribute their own NFTs directly to their followers, removing record labels and other middlemen from the equation. So far, NFTs have made headlines when associated with names like Beeple and Pak, personalities like Snoop Dogg and Jack Dorsey, or organisations like Time Magazine and Nike.

This coming year promises to democratise NFTs, bringing a new era for content creators to generate content and interact with their fans, as well as to better monetise the content they create. Victoria Brito used musicians as an example by saying:

Victoria, who is also a dancer, model, and designer in addition to being a sneakerhead, has over 1.8 million followers on Instagram and shared his struggles to generate income. When asked about how NFTs should be thought of by creators to succeed, she said:

“NFTs for musicians is perfect because we are cutting out the middleman, i.e a record label, and all the excess amount of money that the label spends on an artist, which technically the artist has to pay back.”

“If you fake it, it’s not going to work. If you’re organic to yourself that’s half the battle in any kind of nft. As long as you’re authentic to yourself, you know your product, and you know yourself, you’re fine. If you are just focused on ‘I want to sell X amount of that NFT´… it’s never going to work.”

Braunwyn and Adam also contributed with important insights on the benefits and potential that NFTs represent for the creator economy, which go beyond monetisation and the world of digital art.

Watch the full panel here.

Luke Smith

Luke is the Editor for Global Dating Insights. Originally from London, he achieved a BA in Journalism from De Montfort University, Leicester. An experienced content writer, he enjoys a variety of sports, with a keen passion for his football team, Fulham FC.

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