Special Issue: What We Learned at NFT NYC / Tweets of the Week
Special Issue: What We Learned at NFT NYC & Tweets of the Week
This week at NFT NYC, we sat through some of the many (many) presentations and panels while you apes were all partying and POAP-hunting with your fellow degens (who all actually seem pretty nice!).
After a whirlwind week of “NFT Coachella”, where official events were cool but the parties were way cooler, we’re sitting down to share some of the neat projects we learned about. From broken toilets to PeeWee Herman, NFT culture is now booming, and by all accounts it’s getting time to prepare for mainstream adoption.
Here are 24 things we learned:
Render Token is working on holographic NFTs
Black NFT Art is pushing for more diversity in the space
Crypto Citizens is going global
Haha for Hire brings comedy onto the blockchain
Moonpay is making crypto adoption easier for the masses
Alethea AI is integrating artificial intelligence into NFTs
Arweeve is building a permanent archive of the internet
MetaCask brings whisky cask trading to the blockchain
Pinata gives creators a platform to store/manage data for their NFTs
Pluto Digital is making DeFi more accessible to everybody
Rag (Recording Artists Guild) is building extensive infrastructure for NFT musicians
Eulerbeats is dropping generative music/art
Epik is doing serious deals in the NFT gaming / experience market
Metalcore might be the first true AAA NFT game
Manifold is giving artists the power to make their own contracts
Tontachi is like the new Tomogatchi
ImNotArt is the first NFT art gallery in Chicago
Vera Financial provides the ability to rent, lend, and mortgage NFTs
PeeWee Herman is delivering the NFT collection we’ve all been waiting for
Cozmos wants to sell NFT experiences
ArtxCode brings algorithmic art to the traditional art world
Nervos is working to develop universal (cross-chain) dAaps
Last but not least, there’s a man in a Gorilla Suit trying to sell Elon Musk a broken toilet for 1 million dollars. We wish him well.
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We’ll feature the most interesting entries in our release next week, and send you something for the trouble. We heard it’s rare.