Brian Frye

Brian  Frye

Brian Frye is a law professor at the University of Kentucky and conceptual artist who works with NFTs.

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Robert Rauschenberg, creator of “Canyon,” an artwork that incurred a hefty tax fee despite have been appraised as valueless.
Why Not Donate Dead NFT Wallets?
Inaccessible cryptocurrencies presumably have taxable value, meaning they can be donated to a museum, conceptual artist and lawyer Brian Frye writes.
Robert Rauschenberg, creator of “Canyon,” an artwork that incurred a hefty tax fee despite have been appraised as valueless.
A marriage recorded on-chain (Cam Thompson/CoinDesk).
NFTs Are Securities and It’s Great
Artist and lawyer Brian Frye writes about why non-fungible tokens represent investment contracts in social clout.
A marriage recorded on-chain (Cam Thompson/CoinDesk).
Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Jamison McAndie/Unsplash)
NFT Art Museum Donations? The Pros and Cons for Your Tax Bill
Appraising historically significant non-fungible tokens has been a head scratcher for collectors and charities.
Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Jamison McAndie/Unsplash)