Digital Creator Samya Mohamed Weighs In on NFTs, Monetization Tricks and More

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Following her appearance on the “New Money” with Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay, digital content creator and social media influencer Samya Mohamed answers viewer questions on CoinDesk’s “After Show.” Should content creators target the money? How can NFT ownership empower creators? Plus, she weighs in on the best ways to learn about new technologies like blockchain and crypto.

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