OpenSea's Creator Fee Changes | Bored Ape Yacht Club Dispute | AI Art Copyright Ruling | Friend.Tech Launch
In this NFTuesday with a Twist we will cover the latest developments: OpenSea's crucial shifts in creator fees and royalty rules, the ongoing clash between Bored Ape Yacht Club and OpenSea, a groundbreaking federal judge ruling on AI-generated art copyrights, the surprising closure of NFT platform Recur despite a $50M raise, and the launch of Friend.Tech.
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Articles Mentioned in the Show:
- OpenSea NFT Marketplace Implements Changes to Creator Fees and Royalty Rules – Here's What You Need to Know
- Bored Ape Yacht Club creator to block OpenSea in fight over payments
- AI-generated art can't be copyrighted, federal judge rules, with potential consequences for Hollywood studios
- NFT platform Recur shuts, despite $50M raise & Big Backers
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