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Across the globe, venues, businesses, and creators are exploring innovative ways to improve the attendee experience and create lasting memories. And a key player for innovating is using NFTs as virtual commemorative tickets (VCTs).
May 4, 2023
NFTs are quickly reshaping events.
Across the globe, venues, businesses, and creators are exploring innovative ways to improve the attendee experience and create lasting memories.
And a key player for innovating is using NFTs as virtual commemorative tickets (VCTs).
The top 6 ways venues can leverage digital commemorative tickets?
As VCTs continue to gain traction, various industries like film, music, and sports are adopting this technology to enhance their audience experience.
If this is the first time you’re hearing of NFT standards, you’re probably not alone.
But while they might not be hotly discussed, they are one of the fundamental innovative building blocks of NFTs.
And as NFTs continue to revolutionize the digital landscape, it’s becoming more important to understand the standards that govern their creation and management.
To ensure interoperability, functionality, and a consistent experience across different platforms, NFTs are built on standardized protocols. These NFT standards establish a set of rules and guidelines that developers must follow when creating and managing NFTs on a blockchain network.
Two of the most popular NFT standards are ERC-721 and ERC-1155 (this might be where you perk up).
Learn more and unravel the complexities of NFT standards.
Whether you keep up with the latest trends or rock your tried and true, every day each of us participates in our own version of ‘fashion’ with our own unique style.
It’s something we all must participate in whether we realize it or not. It’s a part of every day when you get groceries, walk the dog, grab dinner, or anything in between.
And NFTs are poised to revolutionize the industry and redefine the way we experience style.
The intersection of NFTs and the fashion industry marks a new era of innovation and creativity. And it has only just begun.
Put your web3 knowledge to the test with this week's Trivia Thursday.
Check out the answer at the bottom of this email, and get ready for next week by reading up on the latest from RECUR.
Your three-bullet summary of happenings from RECUR
There’s no shortage of web3 news lately. And sometimes, it can be hard to keep up.
Here are some that caught our eye. 👇
When we think of multidisciplinary artists making waves in the web3 space and advocating for important, global causes, we think of this week’s featured leader: Maliha Abidi.
Maliha is a Pakistani-American artist and author. Born and raised in Pakistan, she migrated to California at 14. And as a South Asian immigrant, her experiences play a pivotal role in her work.
Her art centers on advocating for social justice, including women’s rights, girls’ education, and mental health. By using colors that are bold and bright, she hopes to build people’s interest in complex issues that impact our world today.
As she says, “Come for the art, stay for the cause.”
Maliha’s work as the founder and creator of the web3 project Women Rise aims to do just that.
Her collection of 10,000 portraits depicts women imbued with a sense of power and purpose. And the collection aims to raise awareness and funds for causes like Malala Fund and The Girl Effect.
Since its inception in November 2021, Women Rise NFT has expanded to partnering with organizations like Qissa, CAMFED, and Girls Who Code. ✨
Featuring the furry friends of RECUR employees.
E. All of the above (And that’s why we created RECUR Builder 🤝)