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CAN – Reading through gmoney’s Twitter feed is like peering into the present, and arguably future of the nft artspace. He gives his views and opinions freely and with almost prescient vision, as his outlook on cryptoart and nfts in general is most often correct.

While many of us look on in amazement at some of the figures being mentioned in the latest cryptopunk or Beeple sales, it’s important to note that gmoney has also helped others to reach new heights with their art by reaching out personally to them in order to raise their profile and opportunities. One such example would be his recent collaboration with @TwerkyPepe, which has helped the artist achieve new heights in terms of sales and a host of new collectors.

CAN would argue that this is part of the potential of the cryptoart and nft space, as collectors and artists hopefully nurture relationships that create new opportunities for both, while crucially retaining artistic integrity and authenticity. Anything less reduces the artist.

With the inevitable talk of sales and money rising in the nft space in general, gmoney’s most telling piece of advice from his interview is perhaps:

Stick to things that you like. Support those artists. You want them to keep making those things you enjoy, so you need to make sure they can do it.

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CAN hopes to follow up this piece with a more in-depth podcast in the near future, gmoney willing.

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What is your background as a collector or patron in general?
I have collected some art in real life, but I really started my collecting in the Fall of last year.

What is your overall process in collecting or promoting art?
I stick to things that I like.

Advice for people who want to collect cryptoart or how to support artists?
Stick to things that you like. Support those artists. You want them to keep making those things you enjoy, so you need to make sure they can do it.

How would you describe cryptoart in your own words?
The future

Favourite artists / influences?
banksy, deadmau5

Has the digital nature of cryptoart NFTs changed your approach?
It’s a 24/7 365 day market. The potential of more liquid markets as well as increased capital efficiency is a total game changer

What if anything, has surprised you about this new area of art practice?
The openness of everyone working together to build a better future.

Please provide 1 visual example that you would like to feature in this article.
Any of my singularity nft’s from art blocks

Singularity #210 created by Hideki Tsukamoto, purchased by gmoney

How would you like the field of cryptoart and nfts to evolve over time?
I think it will mimic the real world, but give more creators better access to their communities

What advice would you give to an artist to maximise their chances of getting noticed by collectors?
I’d say make what you like. Your collectors will find you. That’s the beauty of the internet. Your audience will find you. Make sure to engage with your collectors and community.

How can access and information to this new field of art practice be encouraged?
twitter and discord

Thank you for your time gmoney!
You can keep up with gmoney’s views on the nft art space by following his social media links above.