How the NFT boom has changed the game for generative artists — and what that means for the future of the genre

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  • Generative artists, who have long labored at the fringes of creative output, are now selling individual pieces for millions of dollars.
  • But their success is closely linked with rampant NFT speculation, and there are fears that the genre may be diluted.
Generative artists are suddenly selling individual pieces for millions of dollars, but are random item generators cheapening the genre?

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