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World Wide Web code that changed the world up for auction as NFT

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By Guy Faulconbridge

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Any article dealing with NFTs and selling NFT artwork NEEDS to also talk about how controversial and awful they are.

https://qz.com/1987590/the-carbon-footprint-of-creating-and-selling-an-nft-artwork/

Every bid creates 23 kg of CO2

Every sale, 51 kg of CO2

Every transfer, 30 kg of CO2

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That linked article is behind a paywall, and those figures are very inaccurate.

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Any article dealing with NFTs and selling NFT artwork NEEDS to also talk about how controversial and awful they are.

Yeah, and every article covering a car crash needs to go over carbon emissions from cars. Hint: It's a bigger problem than NFTs.

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He has falsely been presented as the "inventor" of the Internet, which really belittles those who actually worked together to produce something that worked cohesively across shared computer systems.

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