NFT Review 56 - New Skybreach update
Vitalik's stealth addresses, Magic Eden integrates Ethereum, Axie's art contest, and more.
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Dear NFT enthusiast,
Dear NFT enthusiast, the first major update to the Skybreach metaverse has been released. Land owners can now set up custom resources on their land plots. These resources could be project logos or random images and are good for displaying the purpose/ownership of your land before the next phase of Skybreach release is out–Chunky Quests.
RMRK released a few more videos to explain more details around Skybreach, most notable of which is the primer on Nested NFTs which explains why neither Decentraland or The Sandbox are truly decentralized. Find the other videos below:
3 Reasons Skybreach is more decentralized than Decentraland & The Sandbox
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📬 NFT News from Kusama & Polkadot
Efinity partnered with Entropia News, a world-renowned MMORPG game & Guinness Book of World Record holder for most valuable digital assets sold.
Enjin Wallet v2.0.5 Beta has now been released.
CryptoPunk #3042 to be split into thousands of pieces by Unique Network.
Bit.Country released episode 9 of its Discovery Podcast.
Evrloot’s first cross-collection compatible item with Kusama Governance Participation Rewards is finally done.
Newly curated collections on Singular:
🗞 NFT News from Ethereum and Beyond
OpenSea introduced a new stolen item policy to combat NFT theft. It also purchased the ENS domain opensea.eth for 99 ETH.
Vitalik Buterin proposes stealth addresses for anonymous NFT ownership.
StarkWare co-founder announced the launch of its new Recursive validity proof technology.
Meta enables Instagram NFT integration in over 100 countries.
Magic Eden, the popular Solana-based NFT marketplace, activated support for Ethereum NFTs.
NFTs.com resold for $15M USD.
PROOF Collective hired NFTStatistics.eth as its Director of Research.
Bankless interviewed Nounders 4156, Seneca, and Vapeape + Nouners Jacob Horne, Noun 22, and Noun 40 this week.
Tiffany & Co. unveiled NFTiff, a handcrafted pendant series exclusively for CryptoPunk holders.
Yuga Labs is rolling out BAYC-like licensing rights for Meebits holders this month.
Ghosts in the Machine, an IRL SuperRare exhibition, opened this week.
Tyler Hobbs, the creator of the Fidenza series, announced the QQL generative art project.
XCOPY entered all his existing art into the public domain.
Grant Riven Yun also plans to designate his art CC0.
Axie Infinity is hosting a summer-themed art contest.
AavegotchiDAO is one of the five most active DAOs right now.
Loopify published an excellent introduction to Treeverse, a “reimagined Runescape or WoW,” via this thread.
Catalog introduced curation cycles.
DecentralandDAO released a community grants dashboard.
Webaverse started its two-part Upstreet NFT drop.
Uniswap community members are considering the creation of a Uniswap Foundation.
That’s all for this week, see you in the next edition! Got some links to share with us, artists to feature, NFTs to sell, jobs to promote, or events to popularize? Get in touch with Bruno or gbaci!
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