What on earth is an NFT? 6 podcasts about NFTs, digital collectibles, and more
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are increasing in mainstream popularity. You can buy and sell cryptographic tokens of digital items like artwork, photos, audio, videos, etc. and follow who owns them with the blockchain. Each is unique, in contrast to interchangeable tokens like Bitcoin.
If you’d like to learn more about NFTs or get into purchasing and collecting them for the first time, there are several podcasts for you. Or, if you were an early adopter, we’ve included shows to stay informed.
The industry is still growing! In these podcasts, hear about news, market dynamics, trading, and more. Many of these shows interview experts, creators, community leaders, and guild founders. Check out our complete round-up below:
The Nifty Show: Digital Collectibles and NFTs Podcast
Since 2020, “The Nifty Show: Digital Collectibles and NFTs Podcast” has reported on NFT frontrunners, trends, and more. Hear about NBA Top Shot NFTs, The Garbage Pail Kids, and more with hosts Joel Comm and Travis Wright. The episodes range from 20 minutes to 90 minutes long. If you’re into cryptocurrency, you might want to check out Joel and Travis’ other series, “The Bad Crypto Podcast.”
Learn about NFT news on “Probably Nothing.” In this series, hosts Alexis Ohanian (Founder and Former Executive Chairman of Reddit + Founder of VC firm Seven Seven Six) and Tiffany Zhong (Founder and CEO of Islands) will interview guests and experts. Listeners will also hear from creators, community figures, and more. Recently, Justin Aversano shared his experience using NFTs to sell his art, his inspiration, and how he fosters community. President of Time Magazine Keith Grossman stopped by the show to explain how he found himself in the NFT game. Christie’s Noah Davies was also recently interviewed. All episodes are under an hour long.
The First Mint :: NFT Podcast
“The First Mint NFT Podcast” is hosted by early adopters who want to share their knowledge with a broader community. This basketball-oriented series has released over 130 episodes, and the average episode runs around an hour long. We recently heard the episode about Flash Challenges on the NBA Top Shot, and new projects like Swish Dreams and the Spoiled Banana Project. Founder of the MetaKey, Matty DCL (aka DCL Blogger), stopped by the show to discuss the Metaverse. Check out new, weekly episodes.
NFTs for Newbies
Heather Parady and Rich Cardona present, “NFTs for Newbies” a weekly series for absolute beginners. Tune in for info on how to sell an NFT, cash out Ethereum (ETH), et al. Episodes like “Crash Course in some NFT lingo” are especially helpful for newbies. A recent episode chatted with Shekinah Apedo, an NFT Legal Cosultant at LEX M3TAVRSE to explain intellectual property laws in the Metaverse. In recent news, Star Trek is creating an NFT that might be alive. In November, Heather and Rich explained how the New York Jets and the NFL are going to give out NFTs.
NFT Catcher Podcast
“NFT Catcher Podcast” is presented by Michael Keen and Jennifer Sutto. Recent episodes recapped Art Basel Miami 2021, Bansky, Macy’s Parade NFTs, and more. Check out weekly episodes, with the average episode running an hour long.
The Mint Condition: NFT and Digital Collectibles Entertainment
“The Mint Condition: NFT and Digital Collectibles Entertainment” shares and reviews NFTs and Digital Collectible trends and news. Episodes get into NFT gaming, the Metaverse, and more. This series is a dGEN Network production. Check out new, weekly episodes under 70 minutes long.