NFT.NYC 2022 was one of the biggest crypto events ever staged. Can 2023 match or even beat it? What were the highlights from the conference? What disappointed? In another episode live from an event, we get into it.
Token Gamer and NFT Insider have decided to combine forces to launch a weekly podcast, Mint One (formerly WAX Lyrical). John Nichols of NFT Insider and I will discuss a new topic every week, as well as feature special guests. If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover, make sure you let us know through the Token Gamer Discord or Twitter, or the NFT Insider Discord or Twitter.
In last week’s episode, we revisited our 2021 episode on the metaverse to see what has changed in 18 months.
Mint One Podcast, Live Episode: NFT.NYC 2023
NFT.NYC 2022 was truly a staggering affair. Despite crypto on a steady decline, there were thousands and thousands of attendees and it seemed as if most of New York had been taken over for the event. I would recommend listening to our live episode 11 months ago while it was happening to give you an indication of its scale.
When it comes to this year’s iteration, there were some hesitations — I had several myself. Topping last year was going to be tricky, but this was exacerbated by just how far crypto markets had fallen. In the past 11 months we have had the Terra LUNA debacle, the FTX disaster, and myriad other damaging occurrences. This means that the number of people in and around Web3 has sharply shrunk and so has the money in some areas, such as art NFTs, which were the lifeblood of the last event in many ways.
So, with live feedback from the event, John and I discuss the wins, the losses, and the noteworthy news from NFT.NYC 2023.
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