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Crypto Comedy Events

Kam Raslan | Julian Yap | Matt Armitage

28-May-21 21:00

Crypto Comedy Events

In this edition of A Bit of Culture, we welcome back Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage and BFM producer Julian Yap to the fold. Matt begins on the state of live events and puts forth a question - should event organizers continue investing in virtual performances or return to the conventional way of hosting live events after the pandemic is over? Then, Kam steers the conversation to non-fungible tokens (NFTs) which have been a trending topic recently - ponders on the future and reality of cryptocurrency in the world of art. Lastly, the trio discusses romantic comedy, are there people out there that still watch this sub-genre, and is it still flourishing?

Produced by: Ali Johan


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