Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have gained raging popularity in just a few months. The trend has taken over all market spheres, from traditional auction houses and multi-million-dollar art galleries; to commercial giants like Coca-Cola and Sports legends. High-end fashion houses dread the FOMO of this NFT trend and have joined the race of tokenizing their products.
On Monday, April 12, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced its decision to dip its toes in the wildly emerging NFT market. NYSE launched its “First-Trade” NFTs that memorialize the first trade of six companies listed on its platform. NYSE said that it is taking the “First Trade Slips” for six NYSE companies while
The suspense behind who’s the real buyer for Beeple’s Digital artwork NFT that sold for a staggering $69 million, is finally out. Metakoven, the pseudonymous founder of Singapore-based NFT fund Metapurse is the final winner of the bid beating Tron’s Justin Sun in the last minutes of bid closing. The official announcement was made by
A day after Beeple’s digital artwork sold for a record $69 million, America’s popular comic book publisher is now joining the NFT craze with its iconic Batman character. DC Comics is the latest big-name after NBA Top Shots and Christie’s to join the non-fungible token (NFT) mania. NFTs are basically blockchain-based cryptographic tokens that are