Specialists warned of an influx of scammers in TikTok
The popular social network TikTok is increasingly being used for cryptocurrency fraud. This warning was issued by the private nonprofit organization Better Business Bureau (BBB).
Japanese game studios are talking about releasing NFT-enabled games soon
Japan's leading game developers Bandai Namco, SEGA and Square Enix intend to create new projects that would integrate blockchain and NFT technologies. This was revealed at the Tokyo Games Show 2022 event by Oasys blockchain project management representative Ryo Matsubara.
Bloomberg analyst believes bitcoin will rise soon
Bloomberg's leading exchange-traded commodities expert Mike McGlone compared bitcoin's current position to the NASDAQ index, which experienced a crash at the turn of the century and then recovered again. According to him, demand and acceptance of the first cryptocurrency continues to grow.
The author of "Black Swan" Nassim Taleb called BTC a "tumor"
Nassim Taleb, an American writer of Lebanese origin, Doctor of Philosophy, spoke categorically about bitcoin. He associated the emergence of the first cryptocurrency and its counterparts with erroneous actions of the U.S. regulator - the Federal Reserve System (FRS).
NFT-game in support of Red Book animals announced
A prominent player on the IT market, Red Company decided to merge its two projects - the Animals Red List collection of non-fungible tokens and the TON Earth metaworld - into a full-fledged NFT game. The project was announced the day before in Moscow.
Tesla sold off its collection of "cyberwhistles" for Dogecoin
The famous electric car manufacturer and the brainchild of Elon Musk, Tesla has released an unusual collector's item - a "cyberwhistle". It resembles the Cybertruck pickup announced in previous years and is sold exclusively for Dogecoin.
Chicago Bulls basketball club will release a unique NFT collection
The Chicago Bulls, the American basketball club representing Chicago, intend to launch a limited-edition collection of non-exchangeable tokens (NFTs) called The Aurochs. It is noted that some portion of the proceeds will go to charity.
Ubisoft is no longer in a hurry to implement NFT and blockchain in its games
The previously planned widespread introduction of NFT and blockchain in new Ubisoft game studio projects
is postponed indefinitely. The company says that at the moment the application of these technologies is at the research stage.
South Korea convicts man for sexual harassment in metaverse
A precedent of sexual harassment in the metaverse was heard the day before in a district court in the South Korean city of Yeijongbu. A 30-year-old man, who had been committing abuse against teenagers for a long time, was in the dock.
Trader predicts bitcoin to fall to $10,000
In the foreseeable future, bitcoin is likely to decline twice from its current level to $10,000. A disappointing forecast for the first cryptocurrency and the industry as a whole was voiced by a trader calling himself filbfilb. A few years ago, he managed to predict the end of the bearish trend.
Nine Japanese officials have been awarded non-transferable NFT
For the first time in the world, non-fungible tokens (NFT) were used to award government officials. Nine Japanese officials who have been most successful in integrating digital technologies into government processes were presented with awards in an innovative format.
Ford will release digital copies of its cars in the metaverse
The giant of the American automobile industry, Ford, intends to firmly establish itself in the metaverse industry. This is evidenced by the large number of applications to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to secure trademarks for the company, which will then be used for virtual Ford vehicles and branded clothing.
Cryptojackers launched a broadcast on Apple's YouTube channel
A YouTube channel owned by Apple was hacked by cryptocurrency scammers to attract an audience to a new scam. This was reported by journalists of various global publications after watching a live broadcast on the channel with clear signs of fraud.
The Masons of Argentina have announced the release of the NFT collection
The Argentine Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons intends to release an exclusive collection of collectible tokens (NFT). The collection will be called CryptoMasons and will include 77 samples of art designed in digital form.
Netflix will stop advertising cryptocurrencies
American streaming service Netflix does not intend to introduce in their projects advertising that promotes cryptocurrencies. This information was shared with reporters in The Sydney Morning Herald, citing an anonymous source in the company.