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Pop artist doodler and icon Keith Haring is the latest artist to join the NFT ranks.

Pop artist doodler and icon Keith Haring is the latest artist to join the NFT ranks. Haring is famous for his iconic graffiti inspired doodling style, which critics have described as a widely-recognised “visual language”. Haring himself believed that art should not be confined to gallery walls, which is why some think that he would

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Fashion houses are releasing less NFTs – surprisingly, this is a good thing for the NFT market. 

Prestigious fashion houses and brands have released fewer NFTs in 2023 than previous years. At first glance, this might sound like a bad thing for NFTs. Some could say that it’s indicative of the dwindling popularity of NFTs, or non crypto natives passing on NFTs all together. But, it could represent fashion houses taking NFTs

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Ticketsphere

This week we are delighted to announce the launch of our NFT ticketing platform, Ticketsphere. Ticketsphere operates like a standard e-commerce site but brings the security and transparency offered by blockchain technologies to ticketing.  How can NFT tickets resolve existing issues in the industry? Today the ticketing industry is vulnerable to fraudulent tickets and ticket

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What can Twitter tell us about the future of the NFT market?

While Twitter’s recent rebrand has certainly split opinions, there have already been financial repercussions. Co-founder Jack Dorsey’s first tweet — first sold for $2.9 million — is now worth less than $2000. The new floor price of Dorsey’s “NF-Tweet” is emblematic of prices falling across the board. Even popular projects that many thought were less

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Wimbledon and Andy Murray leave their mark on the blockchain

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis championship in the world, and, depending on who you ask, also the most prestigious. Famous for its traditions of strawberries, cream and royal attendance, it’s an unlikely collaborator with the disruptive world of NFTs- but that changed this week. Two-time Wimbledon winner and now two-time NFT collaborator, Andy Murray has

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