Anyone keeping track of NFTs will no-doubt have seen the recent news of the Twitter boss, Jack Dorsey’s, NFT sale. Not only does this highlight the ability to sell tweets as ”Twitter NFTs”, it is also emblematic of how NFTs can bridge digital content with digital ownership. Moreover, it also serves as a striking reminder of the past few months’ NFT boom and following hype. Read on for a full breakdown of the Jack Dorsey NFT sale, all of the backstory associated, as well as the potential implications this carries.
If you are an avid follower of the crypto and altcoin market, odds are you have heard of Rarible. Rarible brands itself as the world’s first “community-owned NFT marketplace”. Furthermore, Rarible leverages its RARI token - which, similarly, is the world’s first governance token in the NFT field - to power this community-run platform model. In giving users a token with governance powers, Rarible is borrowing a page from the DeFi playbook. Now it remains to be seen whether this strategy will work in the NFT space as well.
With some of the Yield Farming profits dropping and the most intense DeFi hysteria waning, another digital asset has been gaining traction that may be able to kickstart the blockchain space: namely, non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Non-fungible tokens could be the future of music and art, gaming, and even real estate. But, since the terms “fungible” and “non-fungible” can be somewhat confusing, let’s dig into what it all means.
You may have heard of the “Exeedme” blockchain-powered gaming tournament platform and the XED token. In short, Exeedme is a blockchain gaming platform that seeks to revolutionize the industry by giving gamers, developers, and organizers a place to monetize their skills. They plan to do this through the power of decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).