In a major shift in the popular NFT project, Moonbirds founder Kevin Rose said: announced on twitter Both Moonbirds and Oddities are moving to CC0 licenses.
CC0, also known as Creative Commons, simply means “no rights reserved” for intellectual property. This is a form of copyright that allows the creator to give up any legal interest in their work and move it into the public her domain as much as possible. This means that anyone can now freely use his Moonbirds NFT art without copyright restrictions.
“In this new future, true ownership is determined by what is and should be on-chain, not what governments and corporate entities keep,” Rose said in a tweet.
This groundbreaking announcement comes just days after renowned cryptographic artist XCOPY announced: Apply CC0 retroactively for all of their existing art. Save their collaborative work, of course. Again, Moonbirds and XCOPY are not alone in this regard. Other his NFT creators like Deca were recently executed Successful launch of CC0 projectwith artists like Grant Yun trying to follow Immediately enter the CC0 shift.
Goblintown, one of the biggest projects to hit the NFT scene in recent months, also famously launched as CC0. Thanks to this, OpenSea’s charts were dominated by irreverent goblin-themed collections for some time.A large number of people in a space like Zeneca_33 .
Rose also announced the upcoming formation of the Moonbirds DAO, which will primarily oversee the general licensing of the Moonbirds and Oddities trademarks and prevent fraud, hate speech and violence within the community. Community members, the project’s terms of service and website are about to change. The Moonbirds team will also host a Q&A session on August 5th at the Moonbirds Parliament Twitter Spaces.
This was a preliminary report and was updated regularly as new information became available.