Interviewer: How are you doing?

Gabi: Doing great :)

Interviewer: Can we get to Know who "CryptoLady Gabi" is?

Gabi: Of course you can. I am 51, living with a lovely man and two cats in the Netherlands.

Interviewer: Nice, What inspires Your Art?

Gabi: My personal life, what happens in the world and I need animals/nature in my art.

Yes, I am a sensitive person, and what happens around me influences me (maybe even more

than healthy sometimes)

Interviewer: When did you start with art?

Gabi: I started with art already at the age of 15 or so. Did a few years of art school, graphic

design.

Interviewer: oh waw you've been interested in art for about 35 years Now, Waw

Gabi: but my best pieces I create when no one is telling me what to do.

Interviewer: A free mind gets you more creative.

When did you start with NFT?

Gabi: Last year, but I had some moments when I created digital art between 2001 and 2006

Interviewer: What was your inspiration to take the deep dive into NFTs (digital art)

Gabi: I got a tip, I was already interested in crypto/blockchain. It felt like perfect, create art on

the blockchain.

Interview: oh, you used to Invest in crypto before NFTs

Gabi: Yes

Interviewer: Oh, So what's your take on NFT and the NFT Community

Gabi: I love the community and the support we can give each other.

I don't like the hype on punks etc, but that is personal.

Lots of great undervalued artists out there who would deserve collectors of their art

Interviewer: Exactly, So many artists are Undervalued and deserve more attention

But for You how has the Journey been so far?

Gabi: It feels like a rollercoaster. It goes so fast. I have had nice sales. But also would love to

sell some more 1/1 pieces. I love the community, lots of great support, contacts and talks.

Interviewer: Rarible and Open Sea, which do you think is better in terms of returns and newbie

friendly ?

Gabi: Rarible gives extra Rari tokens on sales, but Open Sea is free minting after the first one.

For me I have more feeling with the Rarible interface. But both can be good to start and are

popular. Also HEN Is hot now, so as a new artist I would start on HEN now.

Interviewer: What are the biggest challenges you've faced and obstacles you've overcome?

Gabi: For me it is a challenge to market my work. I love to create and working on getting noticed

is a new job for me. But I am learning :)

Also learning how all those different platforms work.

And the big question: where to mint in what amounts for what price (something all artists will

recognise)

Interviewer: Marketing and pricing is always a challenge

Any advice for new Artists?

Gabi: Keep your patience, keep on moving forward, one step at a time. It is a marathon, not a


sprint.

Interview: WISE WORDS, Thanks :)