In this episode, Noah and Vivian answer questions they received on the JPEG2000 hotline voicemail.
The first call Noah and Vivian respond to comes from Jonathan Mann, the song a day man and Digitally Rare podcast host, who calls to share his thoughts about how language that begins in cryptocurrency influences the language of NFT art.
Kristen Cabrera, Web Developer extraordinaire at Foundation calls in to ask about why it is common to deploy contracts from burner wallets. Noah and Vivian do not know they answer, and have Malone, developer at Context.app, explain the answer.
The conversation is interrupted by a call from JPEG2000 podcast editor, Paul O’Mara, with a question about how to mint nfts. Vivian goes to Paul’s house to help him. They discuss many things, including what is a smart contract. Sam Mason de Caires, previously at Foundation but now at Rainbow, explains smart contracts.
Photographer Aleck Venegas calls in from the streets of Manhattan to ask a question about NFT editions and re-editioning. Noah and Vivian talk again about Sam King’s project ICE64.
Writer Emily Sundberg calls in to ask about JPEG2000’s vision for shopping in the metaverse, and what are ways brands can participate without being corny. Noah and Vivian do not really answer the question, but talk about Charmin toilet paper nfts. They also discuss David Rudnick’s project Tombs, which Noah and Vivian both minted…
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