Is there anything in the world of technology today more divisive than that of the NFT, the Non-Fungible Token? Almost certainly not. It feels like a third of the world doesn’t understand what they are, a third of the world hates them and the other third are either buying or selling them.
In the infinitesimally small space between those groups exists a few artists and investors who genuinely believe that NFTs are not only a significant moment in art history, but also a valid way for creatives to secure a slice of the art world’s big-money pie that may otherwise be excluded from them.
Among one of the more unlikely announcements to hit the TechRadar inbox in recent times came the opportunity to talk to Boy George about his involvement in the fast-growing world of NFTs.
Yes, that Boy George, he of Culture Club and Karma Chameleon fame, and icon of 80s pop superstardom. Though a portrait artist in his own right, as well as a storied history as a pop music hitmaker, Boy George isn’t the first person you’d associate with decentralized digital currencies, peer-to-peer managed…