NFT sales are responsible for ether becoming deflationary again. A lot of ETH is being burned, and much of it are through NFT sales.
Uniswap holders voted to deploy on BNB Chain. More options is better, even on a decentralized exchange.
RippleX has chosen who will receive its $2.6 million grant.
Porsche pulled a Judas on its NFT mint. Their community of drivers couldn’t get behind the wheel.
Fractal is taking Web3 gaming to Polygon. Immutable co-founder says Web3 gaming should focus on sustainable economies.
People can now co-own digital assets with social wallets. I can see a use case for this. I can also see someone taking the money and running.
Microsoft has cut its virtual reality staff, shoving a stick in the metaverse’s eye. What is the metaverse good for? Absolutely nothing, huh! Oh, wait, that’s war. Still, the metaverse vision is likely 10 years away. Who said that first? You know it was me. How to make the metaverse more inclusive. In case you were wondering.
CoreDAO, LayerZero partner on blockchain interoperability.
One Web3 business in New Orleans will let you use their restroom at Mardi Gras, but only if you have an NFT. Ain’t that a bunch of crap. Literally.
80 Twitter checkmarks make the NFT cut. The best way to be creative in the 21st century is to be non-creative.
Anxious about NFTs? How to get over it.
What happened to Web3, crypto, and the metaverse?
The World Economic Forum publishes DAO toolkit.
Battle of the Dapps kicks off today.
This week on Defluenced, @unklebonehead and I interview @chrisrice and @nathansenn of @dbuzz. Watch it here.
Posts from Hive
@blocktunes shares how music fans can earn by curating on Hive.
@taskmaster4450 shares a couple of new developments on Hive. One of those is the announcement of a podcasting service for Hive called Cast Garden. Looks pretty cool too. In fact, Unkle Bonehead and I use it for the Defluenced podcast.
@wolfgangsport showcases the 10 fastest serves in tennis history. Seriously, there’s something for everyone on Hive.
@menoski shares how the Hive token economy encourages quality content. Seems strange, but it actually does.
Ecency is a front end interface for Hive, allowing anyone on the blockchain to post to the blockchain and interact with posts from others. It has its own domain name, website, and user experience. One of my favorites.
@theking24 talks about his first time playing with cats with knives. I’m not much of an online game player. I believe this one is called Gods Unchained. Pretty good post about the user’s experience.
@holovision discusses how he asked ChatGPT to create a showrunner for a streaming series. Posts like this have me wondering when we’ll actually watch entertainment created by artificial intelligence. Maybe we already have.
@dbooster shares insights shares insights on how to be successful writing on Hive.
@fokusnow shares when he took his inlaws out for the night. Personal posts like this can be fun to read.
@madushanka, a Hivian from Sri Lanka, shows off their garden.
Finally, @slobberchops (love that handle) tells a little story about the Busy Bee Diner. If this post wasn’t in the Urban Exploration category, I would think it was a work of fiction. Very well told.
Dave Sawyer summarizes Financial Times stories related to crypto. Lots of TLDRs.
Want to know how to add a custom token to your Metamask and Trust wallets? Read this. Everyone needs to learn how to do this.
Is LBRY dying a slow death? The demise will likely come sooner rather than later, but let’s be fair. The SEC didn’t do LBRY, or the crypto industry, any favors with its hefty fine. However, LBRY hasn’t exactly been kind to itself either. One could say it was doomed to fail from the start.
Mike Zillo says BTC price is consolidating.
Read.Cash and Torum
CryptoPress calls the Crypto Queen the “Female Sam Bankman-Fried.”
What Are CashTokens?
Tickitybook opts for The Coneheads.
New Web3 platforms I’m playing around on: Housefly and D.Buzz. D.Buzz isn’t really new, but I posted my first Buzz yesterday.
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