Secondary sales volume for Solana (SOL) based nonfungible tokens (NFTs) has reached almost $500 million since the start of August.
Australia’s Commonwealth Bank (CBA) is set to become the country’s first banking institution to allow its customers to buy, sell, and hold crypto-assets. On 3 November, the CBA announced strategic partnerships with global crypto-exchange Gemini and blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis.
The cryptocurrency market is at an all-time high and the NFT world is booming. ERTHA is one of the hottest P2E (play to earn) gaming Metaverse projects and has already achieved incredible product-market fit, while still being in the private NFT sale round.
The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency Ethereum (ETH) continues to gain strong traction in the market. Earlier today, the ETH price skyrocketed past $4650 hitting a new all-time high.
U.S. tech giant Microsoft is taking the plunge into the Metaverse via updates to its Teams and Xbox gaming console services, along with a new product called “Dynamics 365 Connected Spaces.”
The government of El Salvador is embarking on its next Bitcoin-related project which involves building schools using profits the nation has made on the asset.
On Tuesday, the digital asset exchange Crypto.com announced the launch of the first official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles. The new NFT series will feature UFC digital collectibles that showcase fight night artwork, event posters, championship belts, and athlete profiles.
News coverage of Matt Damon’s role as the spokesman of Crypto.com has been rampant. He’s the latest in a line of celebrities who have cashed in during their promotion of cryptocurrencies.
First, there were the nefarious early days of John McAfee boosting coins through his Twitter account. Then there were the tech scions like Elon Musk and Mark Cuban giving the industry backing. Then there were sports stars like Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady and Trevor Lawrence.