This week’s NFT blog looks to add to the discussion being held among creators over what effect the FTX collapse may have on the NFT landscape. Amidst the bear market, FTX collapse, and the effects of both on the perceptions of cryptocurrency, conversations have ignited around the impact this landscape could have on the future […]
On this week’s NFT blog, we’re taking a look at gaming NFTs following the news that Sony has applied for a patent for a system that uses blockchain technology, specifically non-fungible tokens, to track digital assets within video games. This application from Sony, made public in November 2022, noted that the company wants to assign
With football clubs and basketball associations exploring the benefits of NFTs when it comes to creating a sense of unity within the fanbase, sports partnerships continue to be a rapidly developing segment when it comes to NFT collection launches. The latest sector of the sporting world to expand its relationship with blockchain professionals? F1 racing.
NFTall cappuccino to go? On this week’s NFT blog, we’re delving into the announcement that the American powerhouse of coffee, Starbucks, has announced its plans to launch an NFT-based loyalty program called Starbucks Odyssey. The program will enable Starbucks customers to purchase or acquire stamps in the form of NFTs, which in turn grant exclusive benefits
The 2022 World Cup is nearly upon us and, with football’s global governing body FIFA having recently announced that it will launch an NFT platform to mark the run-up to the occasion, it’s only right that this week’s NFT blog considers the implications of introducing digital collectibles to such an iconic sporting event – and to consider
Another week, another batch of intriguing news from the ever-developing world of non-fungible tokens. The team at Stratisphere has watched as this past week has seen NFTs emerge across music, sport, and art, as more and more companies and sectors lean in to the metaverse and NFT buzz. Let’s break down some of this week’s
Despite the headlines, it’s not all doom and gloom in the world of NFTs. This week Meta announced digital collectables support on Facebook to select creators in the US, enabling them to showcase NFTs on their profiles under a new tab. The feature, which is due this year, will enable users to post NFTs on their timelines.
Kings of Leon launched an NFT album. Steve Aoki hit the news with his ‘Dream Catcher’ NFT collection. Grimes combined her penchant for music and visual art with a series of NFTs. It is undeniable that musicians are intrigued by the world of non-fungible tokens, but now music streaming platforms are looking to join the
Teslas, Twitter, and now NFTs? This edition of the NFT Weekly Blog turns to the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, who hit headlines on the 4th May after changing his profile picture on Twitter (a platform he recently purchased for $44 billion) to a collage of Bored Apes from different artists and collections, with Ape #5809 taking centre
Welcome to another week in our NFT Weekly Blog series, and today we’re discussing the launch of Coinbase’s NFT platform, a development that sees the USA’s largest crypto exchange move to the world of NFT collections on the Ethereum blockchain. Coinbase NFT recently launched in beta mode and the platform has kickstarted its NFT journey with collections