In the Fynn Kliemann case, questions arise about NFTs and damages
Fynn Kliemann auctioned digital works of art for more than 200,000 euros. But because he did not stick to his own auction conditions according to Kontraste research, he could be threatened with claims for damages. Kontraste asked dtb Rechtsanwälte about this. According to Dr Pascal Decker, a partner at the law firm, those who were cheated are entitled to compensation, depending on the market value of the NFTs. Decker does not accept Kliemann's excuses. "It doesn't matter if you apologize afterwards for something you allegedly didn't know any better before, when you could have known it easily: the liability remains."