Non-fungible tokens — aka NFTs — are the hottest cryptoassets on the blockchain these
days, and entrepreneurs, artists and corporations are cashing in big.

NFTs run the gamut of digital assets, and consumers are purchasing tokens for everything
from artwork and sports clips to news articles and more. But if these assets are widely
available elsewhere, what is the value of selling, investing and trading as part of this latest
cryptocraze?

To break it all down, Zahr Said, UW Law associate dean for research and faculty
development, takes three minutes to address some of the biggest issues about the market, including motivations for buyers and sellers, copyright considerations and potential pitfalls to keep in mind.