Panel Summary - Commercialising Digital Assets: Opportunities & Threats From New Digital Revenue Streams for NFTs
Football clubs are interested in exploring new revenue streams, particularly in response to the league shutdowns and game cancellations caused by the pandemic. One of those revenue streams is digital assets. LawInSport’s Football Law Conference 2021 included a panel discussion on two kinds of digital assets, NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and fan tokens. The panel focused on the technical side of these tokens, the related commercial opportunities, and the relevant legal issues.
The panel speakers were:
- Chris Bond, Director of Editorial, LawInSport
- Eitan Jankelewitz, Partner, Digital Media Group, Sheridans
- Adam Lovatt, Senior Legal Consultant, Lovatt Legal Limited
- Esther Jolley, IA Director, Brand Extension, Stobbs
The video for the panel is available at the end of the article. Plus Members can view the entire panel session here.
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