My initial reaction was this was a bad idea as the podcast was already licenses with a Creative Commons (CC) License and, as such, it should not be sold, because it featured other CC licensed tracks from other musicians. But then I came to understand that Lucy was not wanting to mint the NFT for profit, but to create a place for her legacy.
This is a completely different take on what I thought NFTs could be used for, so I asked her to write an article explaining her logic. Click on DOWNLOAD to read it.
I suspect there will be a lot more to say about NFTs over the next few months/years.
Pete Cogle is probably best known as being a podcaster. His first podcast PC Podcast, started in January 2006 ad has been going (with a couple of minor stoppages) ever since. His second podcast The Dub Zone, started iin May 2007 and has been going ever since.
Outside of podcasting he’s just a normal bloke really: husband & father of a son and daughter. Although originally trained as a geophysicist, he moved into IT and has worked for a couple of big software houses.
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