This week on “Money Reimagined,” we bring you the second part in our series on non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, the crypto-based digital scarcity solution that’s taking the art and entertainment worlds by storm.

After last week tackling the stage-setting theme of how access to information determines value in the art world and who gets to set it, this week we go to the thin part of the wedge and look at real-world use cases where NFTs are poised to blow up that centuries-old power dynamic.

To do that we talk to two trailblazers in the exploding field of Black digital art: South African artist Lethabo Huma and NFT collector Cuy Sheffield, who also happens to be the head of crypto at Visa.

See also: The Business of Art and How NFTs Will Change It, With Nanne Dekking

Can this technology break open the “Old Boys Club” of the art world?

Can contemporary artists use the new contractual terms behind NFTs and the power of social media to more directly reach buyers and build a reputation?

And how might it enable creative collaboration, not only between artists but also between artists and a new breed of algorithmic bots behind a brand new genre known as “generative art?”

We discuss this and more in this week’s episode. At a time when everyone from the National Basketball Association to Mark Cuban to Gary Vaynerchuck is diving into NFT mania, you can’t afford to miss this one.

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