We present the NFT News Digest for the past week from 14 to 20 October. Follow the links to learn more about each news.
And here are the main market news for this week:
- Blackdot company has unveiled a cutting-edge device that inks blockchain-stored tattoos, transforming them into NFTs. This innovation allows tattoo artists to earn ongoing royalties from their designs.
- Shuji Utsumi, the Executive Vice President of Sega, gave an interview in which he spoke optimistically about the company’s plans for blockchain games and the role of NFTs in the video game industry.
- Animoca Brands and Amber release the first revolutionary official Formula E: High Voltage NFT game, which is part of the REVV Motorsport ecosystem.
- y00ts NFT collection and sister project of DeGods, has initiated its long-anticipated migration from Polygon to Ethereum. This move has already created a massive buzz in the crypto community.
- Forj, a prominent Web3 technology project under the Animoca Brands umbrella, and the ApeCoin DAO have officially launched the much-anticipated $APE Accelerator.
- CEO of Yuga Labs Daniel Alegre has issued a comprehensive update, outlining the company’s strategies and future direction for each of the Web3 company’s projects.
- OMA3 (Open Metaverse Alliance for Web3), a council including leaders of Web3 market (including Yuga Labs, Animoca Brands, The Sandbox) begins work to establish uniform standards for creator fees.
- “Brawlers” NFT game debuts on the Epic Game Store for over 230 million global gamers. This marks a new era in the mass adoption of blockchain games.
- Azuki launches Garden Tour, an IRL event in five cities in the Asia-Pacific region, starting November 2 in Hong Kong. In addition, the team is launching digital passports with commemorative stamps.