The legal future of NFTs: A conversation with lawyer Mercedes Turnstall
April 15, 2021, 2:53PM EDT · 7 min read
- While non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have become popular in the crypto space and are being experimented with by mainstream brands and digital artists, the hype around them is starting to show signs of a slowdown.
- The legal repercussions of these digital collectibles remain open to debate, particularly when it comes to their regulation and legal ownership.
- The Block interviewed Mercedes Turnstall, partner at Loeb & Loeb and a former FTC lawyer, who offered her perspective on the legal nature of NFTs and whether they’re here to stay.
The Block discussed NFTs and the law with Mercedes Turnstall, Loeb & Loeb partner and a former FTC lawyer.