Filmmaker Kevin Smith is releasing his latest horror anthology “Killroy Was Here” as a non-fungible token.
The owner of the NFT will secure the rights to exhibit, distribute, and stream the work, making it a revenue generator outside of just a resale.
Things have moved fast in 2020 as the DeFi boom has heralded in new and easier ways of launching tokens. The latest craze is the emergence of community or social tokens which have surged in popularity alongside non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the third quarter.Read more
Degenerator, or MEME, an obscure project that began life as an airdrop to Telegram users, has managed to garner a $3 million market cap and is seeking to carve a niche for itself as a non-fungible token (NFT) farming protocol.Read more
The latest meme coin, $MEME, was birthed accidentally when an anti-meme coin developer poked fun at meme coins. Less than a day later, and $MEME is closing in on $1 million in daily trading volume.
“I was commenting on the silliness of it all.