―― "NFT"は墓標のようなもの


Today, new my column is released, so I take a day off.


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The madness of "burning Banksy's painting and turning it into NFT.



I have always declared the following.


(1) "I don't want a grave.


(2) "No funeral necessary.


(3) "There are no restrictions on the removal of my body parts (eyes, ears, nose, brain, and everything else) as long as it is for the purpose of transplantation to another person.



(By the way, since I don't intend to be of any use to medical students, I have also declared that "the use of my body parts for academic purposes is absolutely prohibited.)


However, I have set myself the task of "Completely completing the pre-processing of these things by myself before I die.

―― 自分の望み通りにしたいなら、自分自身で汗をかかねらばならぬ

"If I want to get what I want, I have to sweat it out myself"


Whether it's a will or not, such things are a given.


To tell you the truth, I'm thinking about my own dead body, "It would be easier if I could take it out as garbage on Monday"


I don't think it's possible, though, because it would be a legal crime called "abandonment of a corpse".


―― "NFT"は墓標のようなもの

"NFT" is like a tombstone.


I think that.


So called link tag of "spirit".


The grave is important for those who believe in the "spirit"


I don't think we should deny that feeling.

でも ―― 知っていますか?

However, do you know this?


The duration of most cemeteries is, at most, 50 years.


After that, the land is reclaimed or cleared and converted to residential land.


Your house or apartment may be built on top of the remains.


I don't think that should be a surprise.


Logically speaking, if the graves of people over 100 years old (excluding celebrities and tourist attractions) are still there, there should be no more land left in Japan.


Some of you may say, "No, it's not!


Then, please read my diary here.


It must be a coincidence that the beginning of this column starts with "Paris".



"I believe that NFTs are only valuable as long as the person who remembers them (while they are still alive).


Well, that must be "value" too.


It is up to each individual to decide what they consider to be "value".


Posted by ebata