NFT ticketing is inevitable, and it’s more than just a form of access control

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By Darren Parkin by Ryan Kenny, CEO at SeatlabNFT Since Bitcoin introduced the World to decentralised networks in 2012, Web3 has featured in the headlines for one reason or another pretty consistently. Whether it’s crazy prices being paid for digital art, or dodgy projects that result in huge market crashes, NFTs and blockchain have not always had the best publicity. Fortunately, things are becoming a lot more stable now, as blockchain networks are more scalable and environmentally friendly. With the rush of excitement about the novelty of NFTs over, we’re beginning to see more genuine use cas…

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