So Your Stuff Got Stolen: What Do You Do?

It appears that NBA player Cole Anthony has joined the many victims whose wallets were compromised and items stolen. There is a running joke on Twitter, that the only thing Bored Ape owners love more than talking about themselves, is giving away their seed phrases. Criticism earned by how often Bored Apes are stolen inContinue reading “So Your Stuff Got Stolen: What Do You Do?”

Don’t Phunk With Copyright Theft

I started this blog to give non-lawyers some insight into what an actual practicing intellectual property litigator saw going on in the space. One of my first articles involved the CryptoPhunk controversy, and how delisting those assets on OpenSea was actually good for users. Recently, CryptoPhunks have made a comeback and, as of writing this,Continue reading “Don’t Phunk With Copyright Theft”

OpenSea Just Saved Their Users Millions in Potential Copyright Damages

On July 13th, Opensea, the leading marketplace for secondary NFT purchases, delisted CryptoPhunks from their platform and threw the NFT world into a storm. Some people came to the defense of Opensea, claiming this is a good step in protecting the intellectual property rights of artists. Others bashed Opensea, because censorship and regulation can beContinue reading “OpenSea Just Saved Their Users Millions in Potential Copyright Damages”

NFT Copyright Basics: What’s a copyright and can I haves it?

A copyright is any original work of authorship which includes books, movies, and yes, that sweet avatar NFT you bought for .08ETH and immediately set as your social media profile picture. But not all NFTs give the copyright of the work to the purchaser. Before we go more in-depth, one thing you need to understandContinue reading “NFT Copyright Basics: What’s a copyright and can I haves it?”