The most glaring sign of NFTs’ decline may not be their descending value, but their growing resemblance to the rest of the art market.
It’s the latest in a rocky year of scams, plagiarism, and poor customer service on the platform, but NFT enthusiasts say they can survive the bear market.
The artwork emulated photographer Richard Drew’s well-known image of a person leaping from one of the World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001.
Bloomberg reports that the popular Bored Ape NFTs saw a 25% decrease in average price along with other “blue-chip” tokens.
The joke reflects crypto’s larger gender inequity problem.
The phishers posted an “official minting link” to a fraudulent raffle from the famous NFT artist’s account.
Crypto entrepreneur Sina Estavi tried to sell the NFT and recent bids stand at just a couple thousand.
A new crypto option for those who think the blockchain is too square.
The European Parliament has voted against a provision limiting energy-extensive mining mechanisms, which was seen as a threat to the crypto industry.