DeLabs project lead Frank revealed y00ts got $3 million in a non-equity grant from Polygon. He said the grant would be used to fund the project’s incubator.
DeGods and y00ts – have announced their departure from Solana and revealed that they would be migrating to Ethereum and Polygon.
With the crypto regulatory framework taking shape, advertising remains in the spotlight. UK advertising regulator, The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) banned an NFT promotion by Crypto.com on December 21.
Amazon’s latest series, NFTMe, highlights the amazing NFT culture and global recognition. The ability to digitally authenticate practically anything, as well as the ability to monetize in ways that no one could have imagined previously. These are some of the ways non-fungible tokens are introduced in the documentary series “NFTMe” (NFTS).
Non-fungible (NFT) marketplace OpenSea appears to have taken its place in the NFT royalty debate and has launched a new “on-chain” tool to help developers enforce royalty payments. The largest NFT marketplace is taking steps to help creators manage fees and royalties, while competing marketplaces are reducing creator fees or making them optional. The NFT community does not seem pleased with this.
According to a recent update from Apple, consumers will be able to enjoy certain NFT features on their devices. However, there are some rules as the Californian company wants to maintain control over the whole process.
Solana’s top NFT marketplace, Magic Eden, is the latest platform to switch to a no- figure model, following in the controversial trend set by X2Y2 and others.
OpenSea has announced that it would only support Ethereum’s proof-of-stake chain after the Merge occurs. It also disclosed that Polygon is now supported by the platform’s Seaport protocol.
With the Bored Ape Yacht club being one of the highest-selling NFT artworks, one might ask: “How can an Ape JPEG be able to soar to such a level?”