I'm curious to see if the creators of NFTs, like NBA Top Shot, will mimic the analog world by buying back and "destroying" highlights. Or rewarding collectors to do it. Even if this reduction in supply isn't automatically a part of the digital world, it CAN be - if it's deemed to be important 🙂
It’s been a relatively quiet week in the crypto markets which still seem to be consolidating near the bottom of the recent capitulation. The US stock market, meanwhile, just keeps grinding higher 💪
I’ll keep it short this week because I was busy watching and celebrating Denmark’s victory over The Czech Republic in the Euro 2020 this weekend ⚽️🇩🇰🥳 Here a few other highlights from the week that just passed 👇
Lots of exciting news in the crypto and NFT space this last week. Let’s dive in.
After announcing their plans to enter Japan back in 2018(!), Coinbase was finally granted access to offer cryptocurrency trading to the Japanese people. Although trading will be limited to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash…
I’ll ignore all the unimportant crypto FUD we’ve seen this week, and instead focus on the important stories. Let’s talk Fed, Michael Saylor, and NFTs 👇
It’s been another news-packed week for crypto with plenty of both good and bad stories about politicians, NFTs, and inflation 🤓 Let’s get it.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 5% year-over-year in May 2021, the fastest pace since August 2008. Wall Street expected 4.7%. Core inflation, which excludes the…
A lot of this week’s highlights naturally came out of Bitcoin 2021, the annual Bitcoin conference, which was hosted in Miami over the weekend. We got a bit of action in the stock market and art world as well. Let’s dive in 👇