CoinTelegraph journalists from South by Southwest, or SXSW, in Austin, Texas reported that nonfungible tokens (NFTs) were everywhere this year, marking a new phenomenon for what started as a music festival in 1987. Since it evolved into a movie, technology and general culture and after a two-year hiatus, SXSW added blockchain programming to the mix with crypto-related panels, blockchain corporate sponsors, and interactive NFT community experiences.

Two NFT communities with the largest physical presence at SXSW were Doodles and FLUF World that hosted immersive, multi-day, and multisensory experiences. They built physical installations where visitors would wait in long lines to enter and interact with these virtual communities in real life. CoinTelegraph got to the bottom of how these digital collections came to life at SXSW.

Inside the Doodles installation.

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