As the Industry Moves Forward Into Web3, Fashion Companies Must Keep Pace
By Dorothy Crouch, Contributing Writer | March 2, 2023
As Web3 elements such as blockchain, NFTs, the metaverse and gaming gain traction, how will they affect the apparel industry?
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Fashion is experiencing a digital renaissance and poly-crisis at the same time. There is a fresh world of opportunity called the metaverse and a threat to human creativity called Artificial Intelligence.
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