Greg Oakford, co-founder of NFT Fest Australia, offers insights into the world of NFTs from a collector’s and fan’s perspective. He believes that on-chain music collectibles are the next big thing in the music industry, allowing fans to directly support artists. While streaming services will still be around, putting music on the blockchain opens up new opportunities for musicians and collectors. Oakford highlights artists like Daniel Allan and Violetta Zironi who have embraced on-chain music and found success. He also discusses the potential return of iconic album cover art in the NFT space. Oakford mentions notable sales in the NFT art market, including works by Pak, Fidenzas, and Joe Pease. He also features the artist duo Hackatao, known for their distinctive style and innovative projects. Oakford concludes by mentioning The Simpsons’ recent nod to the NFT community and the presence of NFT collections at Comic-Con.