Collectors of digital NFTs see a ‘Wild West’ market worth the risk

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New York (AFP) – They are technology enthusiasts on the hunt for opportunities in the Wild West market surrounding NFTs: the popular certified digital objects that have spawned a new generation of collectors convinced of their huge potential.   Brandon Kang, a 25-year-old videographer from California, started buying NFTs in December, and already owns more than 500. In February he spent $50,000 for “Reflection,” a digital work by electronic music artist Feed Me.  His collection includes digital images of simian heads (Bored Ape), a beverage can and a cube, as well as an animation of a car drivi…

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