According to a couple from TobiqueFirstNation (Neqotkuk) in New Brunswick, NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are a great opportunity for artists to sell their digital work. They would like to encourage other indigenous artists to join as well.
On the other hand, cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are substitutable, but non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are digital assets that cannot be duplicated.
To teach Native Americans how to package artwork, music and data into NFTs, Native American artists Bronson Nicholas and Mandy Parley set up a six-week school. The course is taught by Bronson Nicholas and Mandy Parley.
“We just need to bring people with us, create them with us in this new technology, and make them make money,” said Perley, who was 24 at the time. rice field.
For their company, Wolastoqeys has a business plan. This bundle contains detailed instructions on how to package non-fiction text (NFT) music videos, private neighbor hoods, and non-fiction text.
Indigenous artists suggest that Nicholas do so because NFTs earn 10% royalties on all sales for the rest of their lives.
“This may be a global system that allows us to share these amazing works with people around the world,” said Nicholas, 25, who uses blockchain to preserve family traditions.
When it comes to NFTs, the two are completely self-taught. The Metaverse local market, called “Rezerverse”, immediately welcomes the two.
Companies that went into operation in December and packaged their products using neon hand drums welcomed this idea.
Members of Saulteau First Nation say they like to participate in various indigenous projects. Because they can learn from each other and promote common interests.
They must be developed by cultural standards by Goddard and his business partner, David Fiero.
It seems that at least eight different indigenous NFT companies are involved.
According to Goddard, “We are trying to cooperate within the network of indigenous peoples programs.”
According to her, scammers are a common problem in the world of online trading. Being educated, setting up a company, and connecting to an indigenous NFT corporate network is part of Goddard’s recommendations for indigenous artists. The developers have done a lot of damage to their company.
“Diversifying the flow of the economy” means when Goddard discusses indigenous artists who digitize and sell their work online.
On Discord and YouTube, she mentioned a free NFT seminar. To this end, Goddard hopes to increase the participation of indigenous artists in the Metaverse as they have the opportunity to recognize and benefit from indigenous art.