Billy Markus, the co-founder and engineer of Dogecoin (DOGE), who also sold off his DOGE stash for the equivalent of a used Honda Civic in 2015, has entered the nonfungible token (NFT) market.Read more
Blockchain-based streaming service Sator has developed a decentralized app that will enable users to earn NFTs, tokens and “other rewards” by watching TV and playing games.Read more
A project will be distributing nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, in the gift bags of 25 actors, actresses, and directors nominated for their roles in feature films.Read more
There appears to be a growing craze for NFTs amongst music bands. Metal band heavyweights, Megadeth, Avenged Sevenfold, and Slipknot’s Clown are amongst the notable active names of the heavy metal industry that have dipped their toes in the NFT market.
There’s no slowing down on the NFT frenzy.Read more
Last year, the total value of transactions in the Non-fungible token (NFT) sector surged by 299% on a year-on-year basis, reaching over $250 million. This information comes per a report shared with BeInCrypto on Feb. 15.
In a study jointly conducted by NonFungible.Read more
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are growing in popularity and the trend is not looking like it will be slowing down in 2021. New sales records are continuously being made and broken.Read more
Soulja Boy has minted an NFT called Soulja Boy “Crank That.”
A fan has also been in touch to give him a named Ethereum address from Ethereum Name Service.
The American rapper has been showing his interest in the cryptocurrency space this month.
Mark Cuban has created his own NFT in an edition of 10.
One buyer spent 65 ETH on two editions, before burning one.
Cuban has recently discussed using DeFi and cryptocurrencies.
Non-fungible tokens and digital collectibles have been selling like hotcakes over the past couple of months as volumes on peer-to-peer marketplaces surge.Read more