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Non-fungible tokens (NFT) received a lot of media attentionBut experts agree that its impact will go beyond selling digital art or tweets and will forever change how people communicate their ideas..

Despite its promise to break stereotypes, the global NFT market looks as pale, masculine and old-fashioned as the mainstream art industry. That statistics The most recent indicate that only 16% of NFT creators are women, a staggering gender disparity reflecting the underrepresentation of women in the current NFT ecosystem..

According to a survey conducted by Art Tactic and published by bloomberg, female artists accounted for only 5% of sales in the NFT market.. In comparison, the work of male artists accounted for 77% of sales (16% were by unknown artists and 2% were created collectively).

But, there are specific NFT projects trying to solve this problem. Rare is one of them. Rarible prioritizes support for women-led NFT projects. Cointelegraph spoke with industry insiders Masha Vyazemskaya, head of communications at Rarible, and Rebecca Kayda, director of marketing at XBTO,…

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