Christie's, the 256-year-old British auction house, has launched its own NFT marketplace on Ethereum dubbed "Christie's 3.0." The new auction platform is fully automated and smart contract-driven from end-to-end. Said differently, Christie's 3.0 is "inspired by" (knocked off from) platforms like OpenSea and Sorare. Continue Reading →
If you're wondering what a non-NFT digital collectible is, just ask Sony. According to PlayStation.com, "PlayStation Stars will feature a new type of rewards called digital collectibles. They are digital representations of all the things that PlayStation fans enjoy, including figurines of beloved and iconic characters from games and other forms of entertainment, as well as cherished devices that tap into Sony’s history of innovation." Continue Reading →

Drink to Earn

Starbucks Odyssey is the official name for Starbucks's "drink to earn" NFT platform. It combines the company's very successful Starbucks Rewards loyalty program with Web3 technologies to offer NFT-confirmed questing toward exclusive experiences and rewards. Continue Reading →

Common Sense vs. Censorship

Each of these stories raises questions we all think we know the answers to. Where is the line between common sense and censorship? What lengths should the government go to to protect human lives? When is it appropriate for a platform or telecom carrier to block access to its network? Continue Reading →

NFL NFTs are Here!

NFT collectibles platform NFL All Day is now open to the public. The platform is the work of Dapper Labs, the nice folks who bring you NBA Top Shot and UFC Strike. Continue Reading →

More Celeb NFT Fun Facts

This week has, unintentionally, focused on celebrities and NFTs. First, Kim and Kylie hating on Insta, then the lawsuit against Kim and dozens of other celebs for shilling EMAX. Today (because clearly I'm a trendsetter), Bloomberg has a story about The Disastrous Record of Celebrity Crypto Endorsements. Continue Reading →