"I love innovation. I love just seeing the way that -- especially in technology, but also across industries -- humans can be creative, innovate and create new technologies and more efficient ways to create experiences. And I kind of got involved with the blockchain a little over maybe the last six or seven years," Obasohan explained. "I started off just in crypto and got involved, started learning about the technology, different companies, different infrastructures and stuff like that. And then that just kind of spilled over to NFTs.
"I think one of the greatest things I like about NFTs is the communities that they create based on the functionality that they provide. And yes, it's been just interesting because I'm learning so much on the fly."
As Obasohan mentioned, there is more to NFTs than just buying and selling. Communities are online groups with limited membership, turning NFTs into much more than just a collector's item.
"We have a lot of Discord conversations and stuff like that. It's interesting because you get to meet people from all walks of life, all types of industries, and sometimes you can even form meaningful relationships when you want to create something on your own," Obasohan said. "It's been really cool because you are coming in contact with people from all over the world, but you have something in common, usually your NFT, and that kind of creates a common ground for you to start a relationship and conversations."