Alessia Monastero co-authors IPIC article “Non-Fungible Tokens, Record-Breaking Applications & the Counterfeit Implications of the Metaverse: Part 1”

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Bhole IP Law Associate Alessia Monastero co-authors the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC) article “Non-Fungible Tokens, Record-Breaking Applications & the Counterfeit Implications of the Metaverse: Part 1” as part of a series of articles prepared by IPIC’s Anti-Counterfeiting Committee related to the evolving digital landscape, highlighting non-fungible tokens, new mobile and web-based applications, branding in the metaverse and artificial intelligence.

To read the article: https://ipic.ca/english/blog/non-fungible-tokens-record-breaking-applications-the-counterfeit-implications-of-the-metaverse-part-1-2022-06-03