Art NFT’s (digital sales of art using cryptocurrency) launched in 2017 and began taking the world by storm in early 2021. As a writer who has worked hard to make a sustainable living for well over a decade in one of the least affordable cities in the world, I am always interested in cutting-edge ways to find funding for writing. Although we are just on the cusp of it, I believe that NFTs for Writers could be a terrific way for people who love writing to support the craft so that authors can make a more sustainable living.
In order to understand this better, you’ll have to get to learn a small amount about cryptocurrency and NFT art. However, don’t worry. You don’t have to know a ton to be able to begin supporting writing in this way.
The first thing I want you to understand is that writers don’t make a lot of money, no matter how hard they work. A lot of the money that we do make these days comes from ad clicks online (or direct payment from sites that rely on those ad clicks for their income.) This is increasingly unsustainable which is why authors are always hustling with side gigs, selling online courses, etc. None of that’s bad, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if writers could get paid a sustainable income for quality writing? I believe that the 21st century has solutions including crowdfunding and perhaps NFTs for writers.
NFTs for writers are really brand new. We are still exploring this potential. I have launched my own first NFT writing piece for sale (details coming soon!) And I’ll be doing a lot of blogging and posting about the emerging world of NFT for funding writers.
Let’s talk about the adjacent world of NFT art.
Keeping things relatively simple.
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