Zynga CEO on its blockchain gaming division and navigating the advertising crisis
Beating the street and its own guidance, Zynga reported record third-quarter revenue of $705 million, up 40% from the same period last year and reaching its largest mobile audience ever of 183 million
No, NFTs aren’t copyrights
When artists sell their digitally minted artwork as a non-fungible token, they usually aren’t selling the underlying copyright — but there are overlaps.
NFTs could bridge video games and the fashion industry
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offer new ways for consumers to collect, wear and trade fashion online. Now that most fashion shows have scaled back or gone virtual, they may become an important tool for t
The NFT market is just getting started, but where is it headed?
Every once in a meme-ified blue moon, the wildly irrational cryptocurrency ecosystem gives birth to something that might outlive the hype.
Beeple’s $69 million NFT sale marks a potentially transformative moment for the art world
Today, the auction of an NFT digital art collage from a relatively unrecognized digital artist ended with a purchase price above $69 million. The work, called “Everydays — The First 5000 Days,
Why Terry Crews is launching a social currency
Actor Terry Crews is going in on the blockchain. With the help of social currency startup Roll, Crews is launching his own social currency, $POWER. But first, let’s break down what that means. A
If you haven’t followed NFTs, here’s why you should start
Digital content has value, and crypto collectors are flocking to lay their namesake on the biggest collections of tomorrow.
What the NFT? VC David Pakman dumbs down the intensifying digital collectibles frenzy
Non-fungible tokens have been around for two years, but these NFTs, one-of-one digital items on the Ethereum and other blockchains, are suddenly becoming a more popular way to collect visual art prima