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This week’s featured collector is svenmalefist
Svenmalefist is an immersive web developer of realtime illusions. Their Lazy profile showcases artwork they’ve created along with an NFT ticket for the upcoming Non Fungible Conference 2023 in Lisbon. View Svenmalefist’s creations at lazy.com/svenmalefist
Collector Poll Round-Up
For the past few weeks, we’ve asked Lazy collectors to weigh in on topics ranging from whether NFT finance is a good idea to their support for Bitcoin NFTs. In this week’s issue, we’re going to take a look at the results.
In Newsletter #93, we explored some of the ways that the music industry is adopting NFTs and we asked you to tell us what is most exciting. The results were clear: the majority is keen to see NFTs that grant royalties to songs. This is in line with our sense that there is a growing expectation among collectors that NFTs provide financial value beyond speculation and aesthetics.
Newsletter #92 was all about Bitcoin NFTs, a topic that has since continued to generate a lot of debate as more and more projects either clone themselves onto Bitcoin’s blockchain or move their collections entirely. A little more than half of Lazy’s collectors who responded to the poll thought Bitcoin should encourage NFTs.
After $1m worth of NFTs were stolen in a sophisticated hack, we published Newsletter #91 on how to protect yourself. We were also curious to see how many collectors had suffered from a hack. The results were alarming: half the respondents had been hacked at least once. And 1 out of 10 had been hacked more than two times!
Conceptual NFTs were the topic of Newsletter #90. And, to be honest, we were not surprised to learn that most people do not collect them. But, a glimmer of good news for the conceptual NFT artists: 9% of respondents might be willing to collect these kinds of NFTs in the future. Our guess is that there will be a conceptual NFT that breaks through and raises the popularity for the entire genre.
We explored NFT Finance in Newsletter #89. The results of the reader poll suggest many collectors are still making up their minds about NFT Finance: over a third of respondents weren’t sure if it was a positive development. Time will tell if the financialization of NFTs leads to greater mainstreaming or harmful speculation.
That’s it for this month’s poll round-up. Got an idea for a poll we should run? Send us an email and let us know!
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