Web3 and NFTs: An Exploration with Andy Gray (KnownOrigin)

The Future of Development: Web3 and NFTs

Maxwell Bond’s talent partner KnownOrigin, Manchester’s first and largest NFT marketplace built on the Ethereum blockchain have been acquired by eBay. eBay says NFTs represent a significant area of growth for its business. The company’s acquisition of KnownOrigin furthers its push into the world of blockchain technology and digital collectibles and demonstrates how big a mark KnownOrigin have already made in the blockchain, NFT, and Web3 space. Maxwell Bond are proud to continue to support KnownOrigin with continued scaling and growth worldwide, as they dive into new international markets and drive global tech and digital innovation.

Recently, Andy Gray (Co-Founder of KnownOrigin) joined us as a keynote speaker at our Trusted Tech Talks event "The Future of Development" to talk about his journey into technology, and more specifically, Web3 and NFTs. 

Catch up on his talk below.


If you liked the video above you can catch our other Future of Development Talks here:

Managing Hybrid Teams (Craig Griffin, On the Beach)

Quantum Ledger Databases (Dave Mason, Infinity Works).

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