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The Crypto Mile: Episode 4 - How NFT art and activism is responding to a world in crisis

On this week's show, our host Brian McGleenon is joined by the rising star of the NFT art world Emily Yang, aka Pplpleasr, musician and political activist Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, and legendary frontman of Public Image Ltd and The Sex Pistols, John Lydon.

This episode sees the contributors discuss how NFTs are being used for art, activism and as a creative tool to respond to a world in crisis.

NFTs have been used by Ukraine to raise funds in its fight against Russia's invasion.

They've also been used as a tool by artists and activists to support various causes, from raising the profile of female and non-binary artists, to improving the wellbeing of people living with dementia.

Step into The Crypto Mile and consider whether NFTs are more than just multi-million dollar collections of cartoon apes.

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