Artclear Invited to Participate in UK Parliament NFTs and Blockchain Inquiry
On Tuesday 18 April, Artclear presented verbal evidence to the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Select Committee for their inquiry into the operation, risks and benefits of NFTs and the blockchain. The invitation to participate in the session follows Artclear's submission of written evidence to the inquiry earlier this year. You can read this evidence via the link below.
Artclear CEO Angus Scott participated in the panel alongside Emily Gould, Assistant Director, Institute of Art and Law, and Reema Selhi, Head of Policy and International, Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS).
A recording of the session is available to watch on the Parliament Live website:
Read Artclear’s written evidence:
More information on inquiry is available on the DCMS's website, here.