NFTs, NFTs, and more NFTs – NFTs dominated this week. But, there were other significant happenings as well. Several altcoins soar high. Many countries doubled down on CBDCs. Twitter might allow you to tip the content you like in Bitcoin. These and many more are in this week’s newsletter.
This week’s newsletter covers a wide range of topics – Ethereum’s London fork, Google’s crypto ad policy, NFTs to create awareness about climate changes, and many more.
This week’s newsletter covers Robinhood’s IPO, Tesla’s and Twitter’s earnings in context of Bitcoin, Bitcoin as collateral for loans, Shopify becoming an NFT platform, among others. It also includes news on Coca Cola’s unique NFTs commemorating friendships.
In that spirit, I want to thank all my reader friends for your loyal readership. Hope you continue to enjoy reading my posts!!
Several countries are either mulling over or are in various phases of their CBDC pilots. Steve Jobs applied for a job two years before starting Apple, and this week, it made news in the NFT world. Alongside, everything from carbon offsets to wine to crop insurance is arriving on Blockchain. These and many more are on this week’s newsletter.
Several countries are experimenting with CBDC. Many sports clubs are partnering with crypto firms. Meanwhile, films and sports moments are becoming NFTs. Farmers are earning more for their produce using Blockchain. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
El Salvador is looking for partners to help it establish Bitcoin as legal tender. Fifteen banks form a Blockchain consortium. WWW code is sold as an NFT. DeFi is being used for crowdsourcing. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
It is a 50!!!! Today’s newsletter is the 50th in the series. It feels as if I just started writing this newsletter, and a year has just passed by.
It has been yet another exciting week in the world of Blockchain and crypto. Here are the salient developments of this week in today’s newsletter.
NFT or Non-Fungible Tokens are in the news almost every single day in the past couple of months. From 69 million dollars digital artwork to 2.5 million dollar tweets, everything under the sun seems to be ensnared by the lure of tokenization. Why is there such a sudden interest? What happens when the dust around NFT settles down? How to ensure our now expensive tokens remain priceless forever?