Goldman Sachs explores using NFTs for real assets, financial instruments. OpenSea accepts ApeCoin as a payment method. Angel City FC launches its 1st NFT collection in partnership with Crypto.com.
May 04, 2022
Goldman Sachs said it is exploring the use of non-fungible tokens (NFT), particularly the tokenisation of real assets. The global investment bank is looking into NFTs in the context of financial instruments, believing that is where the power is.
Leading NFT marketplace OpenSea has started accepting ApeCoin (APE) as a payment method. APE, the main token for the Bored Ape Yacht Club ecosystem, is now 22nd in the top cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalisation.
LooksRare recorded -16% and -7% decreases in sales and transactions respectively. OpenSea recorded a +26% increase in sales and a -30% drop in transactions.
Crypto.com NFT in the Spotlight
Tattoo artist Jesse Smith created a fictitious continent called ‘Carkayous’ in 2009 to contain all of his tattoos and art. The next adventure on the docket is to Durken Forest (Expedition 8 – “The Blooming of the Psilofish”), where we will explore a massive tattoo artist mega collaboration led by him. Each artist brought life to their own creature living in this forest.
UFC® has partnered with Crypto.com to release a seventh NFT collection, featuring fighters from the ‘UFC 274’ event. Taking place at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona on 7 May 2022, it is headlined by Oliveira vs Gathje for the Lightweight Championship title, and Namajunas vs Esparja for the Women’s Strawweight Championship title.
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