There’s no doubt that NFTs are generating interest among companies operating in different sectors, from fashion, like Adidas and Prada’s NFT project, to technology, like Samsung entering the metaverse.
It seems like every day, we see more and more companies joining the NFT space, or at least expressing interest in it.
Last night, Netflix, the world’s leading subscription streaming service and production company, demonstrated its interest in non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Netflix asked the community for its thoughts on NFTs on its official “Netflix Engineering” Twitter profile.
What are your thoughts on NFTs?— Netflix Engineering (@NetflixEng) January 21, 2022
There were lots of reactions from the NFT community, with over 24,000 likes and around 2,000 comments.
In many comments, NFTs are described as a form of freedom for artists, who have usually been overlooked and are not always recognized for their work.
Freedom for artists that know only one language:art and who have been misunderstood their whole life. Spiritual freedom, emotional freedom, you name it. Just freedom to speak your mind.— pokerchick.eth 🔫 (@00point1) January 22, 2022
These artists now have the opportunity to present their artwork in a new, more advanced way, which increases their visibility globally and provides them with more opportunities to earn.