We present the NFT News Digest for the past week from 12 to 18 August. Follow the links to learn more about each news.
And here are the main market news for this week:
- On 13 August, Coca-Cola has launched the Masterpiece NFT collection, which combines the brand symbol with classic art through the lens of contemporary artists.
- On 14 August, DeLabs today finally revealed the details of the upcoming DeGods Season III. And this news only increases the market interest in the entire ecosystem of the project.
- On 14 August, Cory Van Lew, a well-known digital artist in the NFT space, launched a quest with valuable author prizes in the form of digital assets. To do this, the artist posts mysterious tweets with riddles about his life and work, which all participants need to solve. The first person to do this and enter the password from the hint will be rewarded with Cure – an exclusive 1/1 Cory Van Lew.
- On 16 August, сo-founder of the DeGods FINN announced his departure after almost 2 years of work. According to him, the departure is not associated with any recent events, and he began the process in early July.
- On 16 August, Slimesunday announced a massive unique campaign on his Twitter. On August 21, his personal campaign will start on BASE, which is designed to get rid of illiquid and unattractive NFTs in exchange for his personal unique digital asset.
- On 17 August, McDonald’s has announced the launch of a collection of 2,000 unique Grimaces, the company’s signature character. This initiative is developed in collaboration with crypto infrastructure startup Bandwagon Labs and local NFT artist The Hidden Walls.
- On 17 August, OpenSea has announced mandatory royalties for authors of new NFT collections from August 31, and from March 1 for all other NFT collections, and also disables the operator filter.
- On 18 August, Inferno Drainer, a malicious phishing service provider, stole thirteen top NFTs from the Blur marketplace. The amount of losses exceeds $100,000.