This does seem unduly complicated

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As reported on Above the Law, a UK law firm is offering to sell certain non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) on, which can be redeemed by the purchaser for an hour of legal advice “on the subjects of financial services regulation, blockchain, and NFTs, along with the strategy, compliance, governance, and documentation necessary of such a new-fangled technology.”

Law Firm Offers NFT: This seems… unduly complicated. / Kathryn Rubino.

Weird. Fair enough that each hour of actual advice is by definition particularized to individual circumstances and at a particular moment in time, but it just seems a little backwards. Didn’t the firm just sell fancy, techie Groupons?

Maybe it’s just me who wonders if the firm is missing the point of NFTs entirely.

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