Yesterday, Blur made a surprising move by bypassing OpenSea’s blocklist by creating a new exchange system on OpenSea’s Seaport protocol. This means that the projects that were previously blocked by OpenSea are now trading on Blur (such as Sewer Passes and Valhalla), giving Blur a 10% marketshare in these projects. […]
Calladita, an NFT-funded film, has won the a new prize at Sundance Film Festival. Directed by Miguel Faus, the movie explores the themes of class differences and injustice from a nuanced perspective and was financed using NFTs. As a Film3 production, Calladita uses decentralized technologies to support independent artists. The […]
Today Trevor Jones is releasing the 4th edition of EthBoy: the NFT painting of Vitalik Buterin in a harlequin suit, is releasing a new edition to celebrate the Ethereum co-founder’s birthday. The fourth edition of the generative artwork, created by Trevor Jones in the style of Pablo Picasso’s Paul as […]
Collect, buy, sell, and trade officially licensed digital player cards from the Premier League’s 20 clubs. Build your fantasy team and compete to win big rewards. French startup Sorare has signed a four-year licensing partnership with the Premier League, one of the world’s most-watched sports leagues. Sorare is a fantasy […]
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Crypto Art is a new and emerging art form. It uses cutting edge technology to create a visually stunning piece of art. Crypto Art is the perfect blend of art, technology, and cryptocurrency. Blockchain has taken the tech world by storm and is being used for a variety of purposes. In the art world, it’s being used to register artwork with a unique ID that cannot be changed. Artist and art collectors make their work available to the public and have it authenticated by third parties. The blockchain can support this process in a way that is cheaper, faster, and more secure than current methods.
The latest trends allow artists to control their output and make sure they have a piece of the pie in perpituity.
Crypto Art is the art world’s new frontier, and it’s here to stay. Crypto Art is art that has been created or collected through cryptocurrencies. You can purchase crypto art with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and other digital currencies. Blockchain, the technology that supports cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, is becoming more and more popular. It’s a ledger of all transactions done on its network that can be seen by anyone in the world. The blockchain is a digital ledger of all Bitcoin transactions that is distributed across a peer-to-peer network.
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