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The previous podcast No. 36 was about DNA preservation. DNA preservation is much securer than cryogenic technology. BTW, in the USA, if you were to be cryogenically “stored”, there’s no death certificate. It means “YOU ARE NOT DEAD BUT PRESERVED”, but in real life, no one has yet come back and the companies which service it don’t guarantee the “preserved” to come back to life again.
This week’s episode is about NFT in the funeral business. What is NFT?
This is the definition from Wikipedia which is very well written and I wish to share.
A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable.
NFT used in the funeral market in Japan, what is it and how?
Let me give you a very simple example of how to use a NFT managed microphone for a rock group lead singer, let’s say, one of Mick Jagger’s. Let’s say that I’m using the same one.