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Robots, rappers, and ‘rasslers: The most bizarre NFT projects yet

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have exploded in popularity in the past couple months, which has given rise to a bunch of really, really strange new ideas.
Tags: Features, NFT, Robots


Edward Snowden's NFT Self-Portrait Sells for $5.4 Million in Charity Auction

The latest big name to get in on the NFT craze is former intelligence contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, who on Friday auctioned off an original NFT art piece for roughly $5.4 million worth of the cryptocurrency Ether.Read more...
Tags: Edward Snowden, Nft, Snowden, The National Security Agency, Films, Creative Works, Global Surveillance, English Language Films, Non Fungible Token, Funko, Platon


Kevin Smith reveals why he's auctioning off new film 'Killroy Was Here' as an NFT: 'It's a brave new world'

Kevin Smith has announced plans to auction off his film "Killroy Was Here" as an NFT (non-fungible token). He tells USA TODAY, "It's a brave new world."        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Usa Today, Kevin Smith, NFT


The next big mortgage industry disruptor? Blockchain and NFTs

Title companies saw a surge in 2020, but one economist predicts they may soon become obsolete as blockchain makes its way into the mortgage industry.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Blockchain, Redfin, NFT, Select, NFTS, Daryl Fairwather, Title Companies, Debbie Hoffman


Sotheby's CEO explains why NFTs are the future

Despite what Pete Davidson's rap spoof suggests, NFT isn't just for crazy kids with cash to burn. You want proof? You can buy them at Sotheby's.
Tags: Cnn, Pete Davidson, NFT, Sotheby


NFT Inc. reimagines urban and rural living with flying car ASKA

A number of startups have promised to bring a drive-and-fly vehicle to market over the past few years, but none have yet managed to follow through. NFT Inc. is betting it will succeed where its rivals have failed, with preorders opening Thursday for ASKA, company’s first electric flying car. The SUV-sized ASKA ( which means ‘flying bird’ in Japanese) may be better described as a plane that drives, rather than a car that flies. Even when its six rotors are folded closed, the vehicle has the unmis...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Flying Cars, NFT, Los Altos California, Aska, Urban Air Mobility, Kaplinsky, NFT Inc, Guy Kaplinsky, Maki Kaplinsky


Virtual hoodie sells for £19,000 as a non-fungible token

Black hoodie from streetwear label Overpriced is part of growing NFT one-of-a-kind asset trendA virtual hoodie has sold for £19,000, bought as a non-fungible token (NFT).The black hoodie from the streetwear fashion label Overpriced, emblazoned with an expletive-laden logo in neon green graffiti font, sold on the digital art marketplace Blockparty.co to an anonymous bidder who, through scanning a code, can now “wear” the garment in virtual settings online. Continue reading...
Tags: Fashion, Technology, Internet, E-commerce, Men's Fashion, Cryptocurrencies, NFT


NFT Raises $200,000 for ‘Save Our Stages’ With Support From Shawn Mendes, Tove Lo; Next Round Starts Friday

After an NFT fundraiser for independent venues raised more than $200,000 last week, Goldflyer and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) have announced the second round. Top NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway has joined the effort and announced a follow-up drop this Friday (April 16) at 1:30 p.m. ET, featuring many of the artists who have […]
Tags: News, NFT, National Independent Venue Association NIVA, National Independent Venue Association, Shawn Mendes Tove Lo, Goldflyer


Kevin Smith auctioning new horror movie, 'Killroy Was Here,' as NFT

Kevin Smith is entering the NFT world by auctioning off his new horror anthology "Killroy was Here," which co-stars AEW's Chris Jericho.        [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Religion, Kevin Smith, Asbury Park Press, NFT, Chris Jericho, AEW, Killroy


Kevin Smith to Auction Horror Film Killroy Was Here as an NFT

Kevin Smith to auction horror film Killroy Was Here as an NFT. Kevin Smith is preparing to expand his cinematic View Askewniverse into the “cyptoverse” via Jay and Silent Bob’s Crypto Studio, an NFT gallery that will showcase art featuring the classic stoner duo. Smith will also use this new initiative to auction off the NFT for his horror anthology Killroy Was Here and allow the eventual owner an opportunity to make some cash by giving them the right to exhibit, distribute and stream the fi...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Horror, Digital, Crypto, Bob, Smith, Jay, Rza, Kevin Smith, NFT, Jason Mewes, ComingSoon, Movie News, Horror Movie, Killroy


The iconic 'Leave Britney Alone' YouTube video by Chris Crocker sold as an NFT for over $41,000

Chris Crocker in the "Leave Britney Alone" video madringking1119/YouTube Chris Crocker, the creator of the iconic "Leave Britney Alone" viral video, sold it as an NFT. The auction ended Monday night and the NFT sold for 18.69 ETH, equating to over $41,000. Crocker told Insider they would use the money to care for their grandma and fund their transition. See more stories on Insider's business page. Chris Crocker, the creator of the iconic "Leave Britney Alone" viral video, auctioned off...
Tags: Media, Entertainment, Advertising, Trends, Creators, Britney Spears, ETH, NFT, Crocker, Spears, Bristol Tennessee, Chris Crocker, Tech Insider, Britney Alone, Moises Mendez, NFT art


The New York Stock Exchange is minting crypto art commemorating the first trades of 6 companies that recently went public

Crypto.com The New York Stock Exchange announced on Monday that it had minted six NFTs. The NFTs represent the first trades of several companies that recently went public on the NYSE. The crypto art pieces are not currently up for sale, but will be gifted to the companies, a source told Insider. See more stories on Insider's business page. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced on Monday that it was getting into crypto art by minting its own digital collectibles designed to comm...
Tags: Trends, New York Stock Exchange, Jack Dorsey, Snoop Dogg, Nyse, Shawn Mendes, Cunningham, NFT, New York Stock Exchange NYSE, Stacey Cunningham, Grace Kay, Spotify Snowflake Unity DoorDash Roblox, Coupang NYSE, Insider NYSE, NYSE First Trade


ConsenSys raises $65M from JP Morgan, Mastercard, UBS to build infrastructure for DeFi

ConsenSys, a key player in crypto and a major proponent of the Ethereum blockchain, has raised a $65 million funding round from J.P. Morgan, Mastercard, and UBS AG, as well as major blockchain companies Protocol Labs, the Maker Foundation, Fenbushi, The LAO and Alameda Research. Additional investors include CMT Digital and the Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund. As well as fiat, several funds invested with Ethereum-based stablecoins, DAI and USDC, as consideration. Sources told TechCrunc...
Tags: Energy, TC, Technology, Finance, US, Articles, Tech, Spokesperson, Software, United States, Ubs, Jp Morgan, Silicon Valley, Firewall, Andreessen Horowitz, Cryptocurrencies


There's a new way to buy and trade official MLB baseball cards. These virtual cards can't be forged and come with a complete trading history.

Apr 5, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; A view of the field and the stands and the fans during the game between the Texas Rangers and the Toronto Blue Jays at Globe Life Field. Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports MLB trading cards will now be available as NFTs, in partnership with card maker Topps and blockchain marketplace WAX. The move comes after the success of the NBA's Top Shot online collectible marketplace. See more stories on Insider's business page. There's a new way to trade ba...
Tags: Trends, Nba, Mlb, Times, Major League Baseball, Texas Rangers, Topps, NFT, New York Times Dealbook, Dapper Labs, William Quigley, Annabelle Williams, Arlington Texas USA, Worldwide Asset Exchange WAX


APOCALYPSE UPDATE

NFT Pet Rocks (Thanks to Katie Holmes) No, this blog does not really understand what "NFT" means. We just know it's apocalyptic.
Tags: Katie Holmes, NFT


10 things in tech you need to know today

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Washington DC on Oct. 23, 2019. Andrew Harnik/AP Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Researchers warned for years about the possibility of phone numbers being scraped en masse from Facebook. Insider spoke to security researchers and reviewed academic literature that showed a Facebook that was repeatedly cautioned as early as 2012 about the risks of data-scraping via its various pho...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, White House, US, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Tesla, Austin, Hawaii, Ford, Washington Dc


A ‘more honest’ stock market

Hello friends, and welcome back to Week in Review! Last week, I talked about Clubhouse’s slowing user growth. Well, this week news broke that they had been in talks with Twitter for a $4 billion acquisition, so it looks like they’re still pretty desirable. This week, I’m talking about a story I published a couple days ago that highlights pretty much everything that’s wild about the alternative asset world right now. If you’re reading this on the TechCrunch site, you can get this in your inbox fr...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Twitter, Elon Musk, Bluetooth, Supreme Court, Alabama, Tech, Tesla, E-commerce, Smartphone, Software, Bluetooth Speaker, Software Development


It's smackdown season in techland

Hello, and welcome to this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter, where we break down the biggest news in tech, including:Facebook's latest user privacy fiascoSnowflake and Databricks are on a collision courseThe $300 face mask for your cyborg makeover Did someone forward this newsletter to you? Sign up here. Soundtrack: This week's newsletter has been specially designed to be consumed while listening to Blue Öyster Cult's "Godzilla" This week: It's smackdown season i...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spacex, Elon Musk, Enterprise, China, US, Newsletter, Trends, Beijing, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Warner Bros, KKR


Weekend reading: Doomed and boomed

What caught my eye this week. A year or so has passed since global stock markets began to recover, resuming their age-old tradition of making smart people look like idiots. Tech stocks rallied first, which was blamed on 20-something traders and lockdown mania. Later in the year, small cap stocks joined the party. Just more retail madness, we were assured. Finally, cyclical and value stocks and the share prices of companies smashed-up by the pandemic began to soar. The Fed had euthanized ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Europe, New York, London, Australia, Robin Hood, Marketing, US, Tech, Bbc, Atlantic, Jp Morgan, Waitrose, Jamie Dimon, Financial Times


Humanoid robot Sophia has moved into the art world with a music project and an NFT sale, which reached almost $700,000

Sophia the robot working on a painting. Tyrone Siu/Reuters Sophia, a humanoid robot made by Hanson Robotics, is reportedly working on a music project. The robot last month sold a piece of art as an NFT for $688,888. "We're so excited about Sophia's career as an artist," David Hanson, chief executive, told The AP. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sophia, a humanoid robot, is reportedly getting started on a music career after selling an NFT for $688,888 last month. "...
Tags: Hong Kong, Music, Jimmy Fallon, Trends, Tech, Ap, Robotics, Reuters, The Associated Press, Sophia, NFT, Hanson, David Hanson, Tech Insider, Hanson Robotics, Reuters Here


The Portfolio: Breeze Yoko

Breeze Yoko’s poster for Denderah Rising finds new life as the cover for Georgia Anne Muldrow’s VWETO III The post The Portfolio: Breeze Yoko appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Paris, Friday, Critical Resistance, NFT, Yoko, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Rarible, Breeze Yoko, Denderah Rising, Epistrophik Peach Sound, Foreseen Entertainment, OpenSea, Pan African Space Station, VWETO III


Extra Crunch roundup: StockX EC-1, Early Stage recaps, unpacking Alkami’s IPO, more

Over the last few days, we’ve published several articles recapping panels from last week’s TechCrunch Early Stage virtual conference. Each story is based on an interview with a founder or investor who addressed some of the most common startup dilemmas. Predictably, they’re mostly focused on the how and why: How do I get into an accelerator? When should I hire a sales team? What’s the best way to earn attention from investors? TechCrunch reporter Natasha Mascarenhas interviewed Kleiner Perkins ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Hong Kong, Entrepreneurship, China, Tech, Venture Capital, Ikea, SEC, Private Equity, Silicon Valley, Michigan, Lg, Bill, EC, Detroit


US stocks close at record highs as investors shrug off inflation concerns

Xinhua/Wang Ying/Getty Images US stocks were mixed on Friday after higher-than-expected inflation data sparked a rally in interest rates.The producer price index rose 1% in March, and saw a year-over-year surge of 4.2%.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.US stocks closed at record highs on Friday as investors shrugged off concerns of a jump in inflation, as the release of producer price index data for the month of March showed a jump of 1%, and a year-o...
Tags: US, Trends, Markets, Stocks, US Treasury, Stock Market, S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Fed, Christie, Kraken, NFT, Jerome Powell, Matthew Fox, Stock Market News, Nasdaq 100


An NFT that's truly bananas and Virtue gets a new global chief growth officer: Agency Brief

This NFT is bananas Well, a banana. The duct tape has been replaced with a sharpie, but the latest fruit-forward critique of art-as-investment comes from Nathan Phillips, co-founder of creative agency Technology, Humans and Taste. He’s packaged his “creative identity” into a single image of a banana with an identity crisis. Scrawling the word “ORANGE” across it in permanent marker makes it art, he says. And if someone buys the NFT he created of it, that will officially make him an artist,...
Tags: Uber, Advertising, Nike, Unilever, Asia Pacific, Alibaba, Tokyo, Ibm, Lgbtq, North America, Taco Bell, Mckinsey, Phillips, NFT, Raj, Media Group


SCOTT GALLOWAY: The crypto industry is a $2 trillion disruptive force, and its success boils down to two main attributes

The 'Everydays: the First 5000 Days' digital artwork by Beeple, which sold at Christies auction house for $69 million. Reuters Scott Galloway is a bestselling author and professor of marketing at NYU Stern. The following is a recent blog post, republished with permission, that originally ran on his blog, "No Mercy / No Malice." In it, Galloway explains how scarcity is the driving force behind the crypto industry's success. See more stories on Insider's business page. Any fi...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, David Bowie, Gm, Crypto, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Van Gogh, Nyu, Christie, Bowie, Bowie Bonds, Galloway, Moody, NFT


The NFT Bubble Might Be Bursting, But Streamers And Esports Orgs Are Still Getting In On It

As of last month, the age of NFTs was officially upon us. As of this month, it might be on its way out. Average prices have declined by as much as 70% since a peak in February, according to Bloomberg. That, however, has not stopped big-name streaming and esports figures from announcing their own NFT collections.Read more...
Tags: Science, Bloomberg, Blockchains, Ethereum, Twitch, Turner, Activision, Timothy, Ben, Kotaku, Matt, Shelby, Conor, NFT, Bowman, Tenney


Canopy Growth's acquisition spree

Workers harvest a fresh crop of marijuana at the Loving Kindness Farms in Los Angeles. AP Photo/Richard Vogel Welcome to Insider Cannabis, our weekly newsletter where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar global cannabis boom.Sign up here to get it in your inbox every week.Happy Friday readers,The news cycle slowed somewhat from last week's madness, but one thing we're expecting as New York and other states ramp...
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Billionaire investor Mike Novogratz says NFTs could be worn like jewellery one day

Lucas Jackson/Reuters Mike Novogratz said that augmented reality mean that NFTs could one day be worn like jewellery. He thinks that NFTs will be displayed in virtual and physical reality. The billionaire investor is bullish on crypto assets and NFTs. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Mike Novogratz said that NFTs could be worn like jewellery one day thanks to augmented and virtual reality.The billionaire investor gave insight into his thoughts on h...
Tags: Trends, Bobby Lee, Christie, Urs Fischer, Fischer, NFT, Bic, Novo, Mike Novogratz, Novogratz, Lucas Jackson Reuters Mike Novogratz, Sophie Kiderlin


US stocks mixed as higher-than-expected inflation data spurs concern over reopening

Drew Angerer/Getty Images US stocks were mixed on Friday after higher-than-expected inflation data sparked a rally in interest rates.The producer price index rose 1% in March, and saw a year-over-year surge of 4.2%.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.US stocks were mixed on Friday following the release of producer price index data for the month of March, which showed a jump of 1%, and a year-over-year increase of 4.2%.The higher-than-expected inflation ...
Tags: Finance, US, Trends, Markets, Inflation, US Treasury, Stock Market, S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Christie, Kraken, NFT, Matthew Fox, Stock Market News, Nasdaq 100, Stock market news today


Christie's is planning to auction a set of 9 CryptoPunk NFTs for up to $9 million next month

Agents at a Christie's auction. Don Emmert/Getty Images Christie's expects to auction a set of nine CryptoPunk NFTs $7 million to $9 million in May. The auction house recently sold a Beeple NFT for a record-breaking $69 million. CryptoPunks are unique virtual characters created as some of the first NFTs. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Christie's is planning to auction a rare set of nine CryptoPunk NFTs for an estimated $7 million to $9...
Tags: New York, London, Trends, Tech News, Ethereum, Christie, NFT, Matt Hall, Ether, Noah Davis Christie, MI Exclusive, NFT art, Sophie Kiderlin, Beeple NFT, Larva Labs, Don Emmert Getty Images Christie