Are NFTs a Fad or Are They Here to Stay? – SOMEWHAT FRANK PODCAST 25

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On this episode of the Somewhat Frank Podcast, Frank Gruber (@FrankGruber) and John Guidos (@JohnGuidos) discuss whether NFTs are just a fad, or here to stay. Frank also chats about his recent NFT experience when he featured his newly minted NFT and the auction. See it here.  

Frank and John also celebrate the following people from their networks:

 Frank and John also talk about the following upcoming events: 

  • The Unvalley Conference is coming back on May 19th and 20th. Short link:
  • NASA iTech is hosting an event on May 27th showcasing 10 companies with innovations that might help with future NASA missions – RSVP.

We also want to take a moment to invite all of our listeners to get involved with our program by visiting: This is the best way to get notified of the various startup opportunities that we come across while working with various partner organizations and in a number of ecosystems across the country. The guys talk about these new books/articles: 

 The guys are also watching the following shows/movies:

  • Made for Love (HBOMax) – This comedy, sci-fi series combines traits and trends being used by some of the tech leaders out there today to create a wild tech CEO aimed at leveraging technology to intertwine itself into the human mind for the sake of love, and profit of course. 
  • Seaspiracy (Netflix) – Supported by Leonardo DiCaprio, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species – and uncovers alarming global corruption. It may have you rethinking your consumption of seafood. 
  • Sasquatch (Hulu) – Follows investigative journalist David Holthouse as he attempts to solve a bizarre twenty-five year old triple homicide that was said to be the work of a mythical creature.

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