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In the post FTX world, the question arises whether NFTs are past their ‘sell by’ date, or if these so-called artistic ventures can survive the winter on the blockchain.
The Neon NFT vending machine in New York.

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It’s been an extremely messy month or so in crypto since Sam Bankman-Fried’s exchange FTX went down. But in this episode, we’re going to talk about something entirely different — an NFT vending machine. NFTs were all the rage last year, but this year its prices have dropped along with the rest of crypto. 


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