Non-fungible Tokens or “NFTs” have become one of the hottest assets in the last year for both buyers and creators alike. NFTs have opened a new revenue stream for businesses of all types, artists, athletes, celebrities, and creative individuals. Unlike traditional art sales, or business dealings, the creators of a NFT can receive a royalty every time the work is sold. Self-replicating NFTs which automatically create digital “prints” of the original NFT multiple this revenue for the creators..
Rose Law Group can help you register your NFT’s, establish the correct smart contracts for copyright, secure licenses for anything supplemental (such as music) used in your NFT, and enforce your intellectual property rights. For art dealers, auction houses, and any institution that deals in NFTs, Rose Law Group will guide you through the evolving maze of securities regulations and anti-money laundering statues that impact NFTs.
NFTs have the potential of providing long-term income to their creators and is the future of property rights. Rose Law Group will help advise on, set up and then protect your NFT portfolio.
Rose Law Group is the first full service law firm with an office in the metaverse, serving metaverse-based businesses. We are the first law firm to add a team of coders, architects and blockchain developers, so we are a one-stop-shop for metaverse business. We also offer event design and hosting on the well-situated land we own in Decentraland.
Our team can also assist with:
- Registering and legally protecting digital assets (including NFT’s, Avatars, Cryptocurrency)
- Risk mitigation for digital assets
- Helping navigate the legal intricacies of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology
- Regulatory investigations and defense
- Resolving disputes between customers and cryptocurrency exchanges
- Offering highly skilled 3D modeling using many different softwares, including Rhino, Grasshopper, Blender and 3Dsmax
- Providing 3D renderings and Virtual tours of Web3 properties
- Parametric 3D models and Generative Design, using coding and algorithms to generate responsive 3D models- automating urban planning and design
- Designing and creating VR experiences, mostly used to immerse a client into its future building or on the metaverse
- Creating NFT collections, built an algorithm capable of setting up thousands of different 3D space configurations, and can build VR experiences from these 3D models
- Designing and building out of any metaverse experience, including buildings, tokens, event venues, and even creation of games
- Full service wedding and event planning/implementation, including invitations, NFT favors, etc.
- Creating 3D spatial experiences and deploy them into different Metaverse platforms, such as Decentraland, Sandbox and Somnium Space, among others
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Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, highlights why the Valley should be Samsung’s top choice
Arizona land department again postpones auctions for property eyed by Samsung By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal For a fourth time, two Arizona State Land Department auctions for land that had been under consideration as a potential site for a new Samsung factory were adjourned after no bidders placed bids. The appraisals on both parcels were set to expire
Business leaders talk manufacturing future, jobs at Pinal Partnership; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose moderates
By Aaron Dorman | Pinal Central (Photo via Pinal Partnership Twitter) GOLD CANYON — According to Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Danny Seiden, the only thing hotter than Arizona’s temperature is its economy. This month’s Pinal Partnership breakfast discussion, held at Gold Canyon Golf Resort, focused on bringing manufacturing jobs to the region. While the panelists touted the business-friendly atmosphere
Rose Law Group attorney Tom Galvin on Gov. Ducey putting an end to extra $300 in federal unemployment benefits
By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday said he will end the $300 supplement to jobless benefits that were put in place because of the pandemic, effective July 10. That will leave the thousands of Arizonans collecting a maximum $240 a week in benefits. Ducey said Arizona would set aside $300 million in federal money to