NFTs to authenticate racing car parts: Nifty Newsletter, June 29–July 5

NFTs to authenticate racing car parts: Nifty Newsletter, June 29–July 5

The most-followed TikTok creator Khaby Lame also partnered with Binance to create Web3 content and create nonfungible tokens with the exchange. In this week’s newsletter, read about Binance’s partnership with the most-followed TikToker Khaby Lame. Check out how Vincenzo Sospiri Racing will use NFTs to authenticate car parts and how NFTs will gradually appear on Facebook and other Meta-owned apps. Meanwhile, an NFT licensing platform that aims to connect Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) owners to brands has noted that hundreds have signed up. And, don’t forget about this week’s Nifty News....


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Binance pilots NFT ticketing: Nifty Newsletter, July 27–Aug 2

Almost 1 million ETH were spent to mint NFTs on the Ethereum network in the first half of 2022, according to a Nansen report. In this week’s newsletter, read about how Binance started its nonfungible token (NFT) ticketing service by partnering with a sports club. Check out the NFT exchange-traded fund (ETF), which was released by trading platform KuCoin and how Google AI was able to paint BAYC-inspired NFTs.In other news, learn about how much the NFT community spent in minting NFTs in the first half of 2022 and check out the upcoming NFT album by British rock band Muse. And, don’t forget....

Meta says FB and IG users can post NFTs: Nifty Newsletter, Aug 24–30

Trading volume from NFT marketplace OpenSea has gone from $405 million on May 1 to $5 million in Aug. 28. In this week’s newsletter, read about Meta’s newest update on the integration of nonfungible tokens (NFTs) on Facebook and Instagram. Check out how the NFT trading volume on OpenSea has plummeted by 99% and how despite the downturns, digital artists still firmly believe in the future of NFTs. In other news, learn about the changes in participation in GameFi. And, don’t forget about this week’s Nifty News roundup featuring Taco Bell’s Metaverse wedding competition in collaboration with....

Ronaldo partners with Binance: Nifty Newsletter, June 22–28

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Playboy to launch in The Sandbox metaverse: Nifty Newsletter, July 6–12

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