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Supermoon Station's debut interview brings to you the crypto legend Aaron Koenig and his endeavors in crypto art and culture during Bitcoin 2022. Aaron joined the space in 2011 at first a skeptic now turned fanatic, starting crypto film production in 2012. Aaron is a renowned writer in the crypto space, who recently published his fifth book "Crypto Art and Crypto Culture", all the while finding time for public speaking and MCing for conferences like Bitcoin 2022.

Aligning with the Supermoon Camp mantra Aaron is breaking down the crypto space to simply share with all levels of crypto enthusiasts. Aaron started his crypto journey from his natural interest in money and the need to question the traditional financial systems. Highlighted by Aaron, the Bitcoin 2022 conference was advantageous to attend with announcements of upcoming projects.

Aaron and partners Carnaval from Argentina introduced Supermoon Station to their new art marketplace with NFTs on Bitcoin launched during Bitcoin 2022. In partnership, Aaron just launched a new exhibition on crypto culture starting in NYC this June “Crypto Art and Crypto Culture” with the aim of transporting the bitcoin culture to positively reach a wider level of new crypto adopters. With this new project, Aaron hopes to use artwork as a trojan horse to spread enthusiasm around bitcoin, and “make people burn for bitcoin”.

As Aaron says “It’s still early days” so jump into crypto at our next Supermoon Camp in Austin Texas!

Non Fungible Tokens have proved to be more than a hype and are underway diversifying into many markets one being the event industry. These digital assets represent real-world objects like art, music, gaming items, and now tickets. Held mainly on the Ethereum blockchain NFT technology is revamping the ticketing industry connecting physical and digital variables.

While the traditional ticketing industry sufficed consumer needs for many years there are notable flaws which personable unique NFT tickets will eliminate. Traditionally event goers would have to print paper tickets with little security or protection against replicated frauds. As many consumers enjoy collecting tickets as memories, traditional tickets are flawed by the ease of losing such memories.

What makes NFT tickets superior?

NFTs are unique digital tokens stored on the blockchain that can be digitally sold and stored in secure wallets that customers can access from anywhere. This technology gives all parties added security and easy to prove authenticity of their tickets. Event organizers benefit from reduced costs and a quicker production process in comparison to traditional methods. The collectible feature NFT tickets offer is one of high regard to customers allowing them to store their memories forever also giving them options to trade in the future.

Minting your own NFT tickets is a lot easier than it sounds, simplified by platforms such as FlashBack.One the first NFT ticketing platform that connects artists, event planners, and event attendees enabling organizers to generate bespoke and art-like NFT tickets that fans can buy, sell, and keep for decades.

Anyone can simply create NFT tickets on the Flashback platform by signing up and following these steps:

· Tap CREATE and choose EVENT

· Fill in information about your event

· Start creating your NFT tickets with step by step instructions

· Press the submit button and you will see your NFT tickets in the profile

Supermoon camp has been utilizing NFT ticket technology with FlashBack.One since 2021, most recently for Bitcoin Miami 2022 camp with great success. In alignment with Supermoon camp ethos founder of FlashBack.One Elena outlines “FlashBack.One is entering the art space with the goal of turning organizers into creators through their NFT technology which allows anyone to simply create any type of event with the added function of collectible memories”, which simply puts the endless benefits and inclusivity NFT tickets are bringing to the event industry.

Don’t let your event get left behind and start minting NFT tickets today with FlashBack.One in a few simple steps here:

Utility NFTs are leveling up the NFT space to amount to more than an over-saturated hype. Utility NFTs bring added value to collectors, with various tiers based on the benefits, access, and opportunities they provide to the token holder. These tokens have a clearly anticipated inherent value in addition to their scarcity. The new concept of NFT utility has been broadly categorized into social NFTs, community NFTs, gambling NFTs, fantasy-sport NFTs, and in-game NFTs.

In 2021, Jack Dorsey sold his first-ever tweet as an NFT for $2.9 million but this week in auction no one bid more than $280 and bids on OpenSea have dropped by 99%. Why? Potentially because this collectible has no NFT utility and therefore provides zero value to the token holder. The NFT industry is not flopping, the loss on this trade is due to collectors having a new need for value, for example, Bored Apes provide extra perks and benefits to holders.

Utility NFTs may prove very successful for organizations by giving them an edge in a saturated market and providing long-term incentives for consumer uptake. Even the most basic utilities enable buyers to draw a new form of value from an NFT. Rather than judging the art's appearance, utility determines its worth. Projects that have utility have started to outperform those that do not.

It could be said that NFT art is as successful as the artists’ personal brand and status attached to the commodity. It is the same as an artist having to work for their physical art. NFTs can be used to authenticate physical art and other physical items.

NFT art is one of the most popular categories of NFTs. These are mostly digital artworks that come with a digital ledger-issued public certificate of authenticity and ownership.

Sports memorabilia is one of the most common NFT categories, with the NBA Top Shot being the most well-known NFT in this category. There are also a host of NFT-based video games in which participants compete for prizes such as cryptocurrency, digital assets, and other NFTs. The NFT has several more prominent categories such as social, events, ticketing, and community driven NFTs.

Check out some of the NFT projects providing utility to token holders:

- Metakey Genesis Editions is the first of four sets with special perks, material, characters, discounts, and airdrops available to keyholders across many platforms, blockchains, and games.

- Frank Miller created Funky Monkey Frat House on an artist incubator site. The POOL PARTY liquidity pool and trading platform are available to NFT holders.

- On Polygon, Coinleague is a fantasy crypto gambling and NFT platform. It's similar to the popular fantasy sports leagues and competitions. This time, though, NFT holders receive a portion of the revenue from contest fees and other contest bonuses.

- Snapshot is a decentralized voting method that produces outcomes that are gasless, easy to verify, and difficult to refute.

To learn more about NFTs and their new use cases keep an eye on Supermoon Camp, an exclusive community of blockchain experts and enthusiasts that are propelling cryptocurrency adoption to new heights. Supermoon Camp is committed to educating and bringing the crypto industry to higher levels. See one of the upcoming NFT categories at FlashBack.One of the first NFT ticketing platform that bridges art, event organizers, and event lovers, while also enabling organizers to create bespoke and art-like NFT tickets that enthusiasts can buy, sell and store for decades.

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