Non-Fungible Tokens and Intellectual Property Law: Key Considerations
Intellectual Property attorney Daniel Barsky and Litigation attorney Andrew Cummings co-authored an article for Bright Ideas, a publication of the New York State Bar Association, providing an overview of non-fungible token (NFT) technology and discussing various implications for intellectual property law. As NFTs have soared in popularity, novel uses and issues have also emerged. In this article, the authors analyze questions about minting fees, copyright and royalties, marketplace licenses and user agreements, and other considerations for consumers and lawyers.
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