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Creative digital assets as NFTs: a new means for giving artists their power back?

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Citation: Entertainment Law Review (Ent. L.R.) 2021, 32(6), 169-172 | Available at: https://uk.westlaw.com/Document/IACC24430E5C611EB9F50E85FC5019828/View/FullText.html Reviews the growth of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), their use of blockchain technology, and the ways in which they could be used by copyright owners to protect their digital creative assets, music and collectibles.

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Blockchain-based NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are uniquely identifiable digitalrepresentations of physical or digital items. Usually, the tokens are indivisible into smaller units.NFTs represent structured metadata referring to physical or digital objects. The tokens act asseparate identifier and are often not tied to the objects. Their proponents claim they further theinteroperable commercialisation of digital or physical goods.
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