In that vein, I have friends who paid for college by creating skins and content in Second Life. So I can see NFTs being used in that context, where creators could say, "I'm the one who made that piece of fashion." But I love that perspective of contributing to the greater good. You could buy part of an NFT that's going towards a church that was destroyed, or a new school, and that's how you’ll show your contribution. Then you could add that to your Second Life or metaverse avatar.
The CEO of Second Life announced that they're coming back with a vengeance to show all these metaverse players what it's really about.
But I still wonder whether that’s an NFT thing or just a database with a unique ID key. That is a really interesting piece if you go into a decentralized model. But when you trust one company like Meta to do all that, you might as well just have a database.
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