Do you own the Intellectual Property (IP) of NFTs?

Do you own the Intellectual Property (IP) of NFTs?

No. Owning an NFT does not give you copyright or intellectual property ownership of the file or any of the vault content. This means that you can enjoy these image, audio or video files for yourself, but you cannot commercially exploit them unless the file contains explicit permission from the artist or IP rights holder.
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