Art, Capital, NFTs & Social Values - A panel conversation in two sessions [Session Two]
Time & Location
The Future of Cryptocurrency and NFTs in the Financial Market, Art Collection, Estate and Wealth Planning
Co-presented by: Juliette Yuan & Associates LLC (New York)
Jaclise International - Family Enterprise | Strategy & Innovation (New York)
Alain Servais (Belgium), Art collector, Founder of Servais Family Collection
Kenneth J. Falcon (USA), Managing Partner of Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC
Marc J. Halsema (USA), Jaclise International - Family Enterprise | Strategy & Innovation
Moderators: Juliette Yuan, Art Consultant, Founder of Juliette Yuan & Associates Art Consultancy
Marc J. Halsema, Founder, Principal of Jaclise International - Family Enterprise | Strategy & Innovation
The Panel conversation proposes to present different perspectives of the NFT phenomenon and its impact on the art world and financial industry during its recent development and its prospects in the two fields. We hope that the Panel will first allow experts from different sectors to interchange their insight and knowledge and react to the perspectives of the Panel moderator and other speakers. By jointly examining NFTs’ recent development and prospects, Panelists will discuss and reassess the definitions of art, digital art, NFTs, and the new values that cryptocurrency and NFTs can contribute to art, economy, and human society.
By organizing this event, we wish to ask questions and share perspectives rather than providing answers. Our goal is to solicit everyone’s consideration and reflection on the evolution and challenges presented by NFTs. We hope to work with experts in the law and finance industries hand in hand to make blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, and NFTs positive and invaluable components of our cultures and societies.
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