Big Brands Go All in on NFTs – Nifty News #107 for Tuesday, Nov 9th
Nike. Marvel. McDonald’s. You may have heard of them. All of them are going in on NFTs. Seoul will be the first city government to join the metaverse. And people are concerned about the IRS’s new reporting requirements placed within the new infrastructure bill.
We’re coming off the high of our latest NFT launch, and we’re gearing up for the next one in just a few days.
Nifty is as nifty does on our nifty news episode #107 of The Nifty Show.
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ARTICLES MENTIONED IN SHOW:
NFT Stats: NFT + ENTERTAINMENT: A SPECIAL REPORT
- IRS reporting requirement: Why crypto and NFT fans are worried about the infrastructure bill
- Seoul will be the first city government to join the metaverse
- Crypto podcaster Andrew Steinwold raised $100 million from Andreessen Horowitz partners and the Winklevoss twins for a new NFT fund
- Half-Billion Dollar ‘Fake’ NFT Sale Becomes Real PR Stunt
- FTX Founder on NFTs: ‘I Don’t Get The Appeal of Some of These’
- Golden Moments statues from Marvel drop Wednesday, 10 November at 12PM PT, only on the VeVe app for iOS and Android
- APENFT and TRON Combine For $100 Million Art Dream Fund
- Movie Director Maestro Tarantino to Release Pulp Fiction NFTs
FUNNY WTF NFT’s
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