For roughly two years, OpenSea has been the dominant NFT marketplace. In many ways, the OpenSea experience has lived up to its name: vast, inescapable and uniform in appearance, with page after page of colorful images floating by like so much debris on a sea of digital ownership.
June 24, 8:33 AM
Few investors are as well known as Jordan Belfort, not only because of the Leonardo DiCaprio film "Wolf of Wall Street" revolving around his early life, but as a popular author, speaker and investor in cryptocurrency and in traditional finance.
June 17, 1:06 PM
As more money pours into digital ownership, Web3 projects are becoming a bigger target for scammers whose attacks can negatively impact valuation. Crypto isn't dead, as a recent Coinbase video ad posited — right before it laid off 18% of its workforce — but it has been hurting.
EXCLUSIVE: Elvis On-Chain Is Bringing The King’s Legacy Into The Metaverse With Record-Breaking Block Party
June 3, 11:00 AM
You will often see NFT projects explain that their work is about building communities. In a grand sense, this is certainly true. The value of NFTs like the value of crypto and arguably all currency is staked in belief — the more people actively supporting a project, the more likely the project is to sell and succeed.
Checking In On Our Bullrun Assumptions In Bitcoin Winter: Interviews With Brock Pierce And Other Blockchain Leaders
May 27, 8:02 AM
In the early summer of 2021, it was a popular idea that Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) may be a safe-haven asset, hypothetically independent of traditional markets.
December 24, 11:13 AM
Interview with Alex Salnikov, Rarible, on how to improve holiday traditions through NFTs. If you have any last-minute gifts to buy for any of the big seasonal holidays, a popular trend within and outside of blockchain circles is NFTs — the breakout hit of the cryptocurrency world with a market that generated over $23 billion in trading volume in 2021.
August 6, 10:47 AM
Interviewing influencers and project leaders on the complicated world of promoting crypto. It’s a good week for mainstreaming -- two big tech ad platforms, Google and Facebook, have finally, albeit grudgingly, accepted that maybe not every cryptocurrency-related project is inherently criminal. Well done, big tech.
April 30, 9:28 AM
The innovative and irregular path to growth for the latest social media platform on blockchain and nearly 15,000 celebs who unwittingly play a role.