Gutter Cat Gang Shows How NFT Collections Try to Stay Relevant

Cat videos received more than 26 billion views on YouTube in 2014 alone, according to a 2015 research paper published by Indiana University. Given these statistics, along with the fact that cats have been called the “unofficial mascots of the internet,” it’s no surprise the initial Gutter Cat Gang NFTs, a collection of 3,000 unique… Continue reading Gutter Cat Gang Shows How NFT Collections Try to Stay Relevant

‘Folk heritage on social media must be relatable, inclusive, authentic, relevant’

Alisha Sadikot is a SOAS scholar who works at the intersection of heritage conservation, education and local histories. When it comes to the folk, oral and intangible heritage of a country as vast and varied as India, social media can play a role in conserving them in formats closer to their original ones, she says.… Continue reading ‘Folk heritage on social media must be relatable, inclusive, authentic, relevant’