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“Marvel and VeVe Collab to Bring Marvel Fans a Digital Collectibles Experience”



Marvel Entertainment and Orbis Blockchain Technologies Limited, which operates the VeVe Digital Collectibles App, announced today a new partnership to bring a global digital collectibles experience to millions of Marvel fans and collectors in the coming months. On VeVe’s breakthrough app platform, fans will be able to purchase and engage with official Marvel NFT digital artifacts, 3D statues, and digital comic books through mixed reality for the first time.

The VeVe Digital Collectibles App, which is available for iOS and Android, delivers fandom to fans wherever they are by providing a rich collecting experience. Fans may buy and collect a range of Marvel NFTs using the VeVe Digital Collectibles App, trade and hunt for rare (and even secret-rare) NFT comic books and collectibles, and showcase their hard-earned collection through fully customizable virtual showrooms.

Users will be able to buy Gems (VeVe’s in-app currency) using their credit card through in-app payments and cash out their Gems. Users can buy official Marvel NFTs with Gems or trade Marvel NFT collectibles with others in VeVe’s secondary economy, making Marvel digital collectibles simple and accessible to all types of Marvel fans.

“Collecting has always gone hand in hand with being a Marvel fan since the beginning,” said Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment. “VeVe, like us, knows that collecting is as much about the experience as it is about the product, and we look forward to continuing to provide that experience for our fans in the years ahead.”

VeVe’s unique mixed reality adds a digital layer to the world around us, allowing fans to interact with their collection and bring their favorite toys, statues, and other collectibles to life. It’s presently the only app of its kind. Using the app’s features, fans will be able to share their own curated collections of images, videos, and virtual showrooms with their friends and the fan community.

“Marvel has been working with VeVe to figure out how to make the Marvel digital collecting experience as unique as the physical experience, and we are thrilled to finally be able to share our vision with our fans,” said Daniel Fink, Marvel Entertainment’s Vice President of Business Development and Strategy. “Through VeVe’s platform, we intend to push the boundaries of what Marvel fandom can be, starting with personal and interactive digital artifacts that, thanks to NFTs, fans can actually collect, share, and enjoy in ways they have never been able to before.”

Fans may collect their digital collectibles through a fun and engaging experience because VeVe NFT digital collectibles are minted on the blockchain, which allows for an immutable record of authenticity and allows fans to collect their digital items through a fun and engaging experience. VeVe has sold over 580,000 NFT digital collectibles to its increasing user base of over 340,000 devoted fans since last December, and has become one of the top entertainment apps on the Google Play market.

“Back in 2017, we recognized an opportunity to create something new and exciting for collectors and set out on a multi-year journey to bring VeVe to life,” said Dan Crothers, VeVe’s Co-Founder and COO. “As collectors, our mindset was to emulate the physical world of collecting, which fans are familiar with and enjoy, and deliver this experience in an upgraded digital version that felt thrilling, real, and long-term.”

VeVe declared earlier this year that it would be the first carbon-neutral NFT platform, committing to 100 percent carbon-neutral NFTs and providing grants to environmental NGOs to raise funds for causes. The VeVe app also makes use of distributed ledger technologies, which the company claims are more energy efficient than those used by competitors.

In the coming weeks, more information regarding Marvel’s exciting new digital collectibles coming to VeVe will be released. Fans of comic books should also keep an eye out for some exciting new announcements coming shortly!


The Economist Magazine Intends to Offer an NFT of their DeFi Front Cover



The venerable British journal The Economist has announced that the front cover of its September 18 edition will be auctioned off as a non-fungible token.

On October 25, the cover will be offered, which imitated an Alice in Wonderland scene by placing Alice and the white rabbit on the verge of a rabbit hole filled with tokens. With the support of the platform Foundation, it was turned into an NFT.

The auction will be the first time The Economist has offered an NFT for sale, but it isn’t the first time a big journalistic organization has done so. In March, a New York Times column was purchased for a stunning $560,000. Twitter postings from the past have also been coined and sold as NFTs for astronomically high prices.

According to a press release from The Economist, the goal is to demonstrate the potential of decentralized technology.

The Economist Educational Foundation (TEEF), an independent charity focused on news, will receive the proceeds from the sale, minus fees, transaction costs, and taxes. In addition, the magazine will keep 10% of the royalties produced by future secondary sales of the NFT, with the money going to TEEF.

Justin Metz, a British artist, created the artwork for the DeFi cover, captioned “Down the rabbit hole: The promise and hazards of decentralized banking,” with help from The Economist’s cover designer Graeme James.

“By selling our ‘Down the rabbit hole’ cover as an NFT, we are now, in our tiny way, going down the rabbit hole ourselves, in a fun experiment that will hopefully help earn money for a great cause,” Alice Fulwood, the magazine’s financial correspondent, said.

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A Record-breaking $2.7 Million was Paid for a Crowned Bored Ape with Psychedelic Fur



Last night, a record-breaking 696.969 ETH ($2.7 million) was paid for Bored Ape #8585. That is the highest price ever paid for a Bored Ape.

This NFT is part of the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection, which includes a variety of apes in various expressions and clothes, some of which are more unusual than others.

This sale follows a series of high-priced Bored Ape sales. In addition, two other sales over $1 million have occurred in the last 20 days, one for a Bored Ape with psychedelic fur and the other for a robot ape with cybernetic eyes.

In addition to Bored Ape #8585, the customer just purchased a few other NFTs. A Fidenza — one of the Art Blocks Curated NFTs — and two CryptoPunks were among the items sold for 200 ETH ($775,000). For 155 ETH ($600,000) and 265 ETH ($1 million), the CryptoPunks were purchased.

The customer spent a total of $5 million on the JPEGs, and they still have $1 million in ETH in their wallet.

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Martha Stewart is now Selling Ethereum NFTs, as well as Carving CryptoPunks into Pumpkins

Another business venture for the lifestyle entrepreneur is festive Ethereum NFT collectibles.



Television personality and lifestyle entrepreneur Martha Stewart has made a name for herself in various artistic and business endeavors, including books, publications, home furnishings, and packaged foods. Now she’s taking her business to a brand-new medium with a burgeoning market: NFTs.

Stewart today announced the launch of Fresh Mint, an online portal dedicated to NFTs. The Ethereum-based NFTs were developed in collaboration with Tokns Commerce. While they are shown on the Fresh Mint website, sales and auctions are conducted on OpenSea, the premier NFT marketplace.

An NFT is a receipt for a rare digital item, showing ownership of a one-of-a-kind work like a photograph, illustration, video file, or video game object. So far in 2021, the NFT market has exploded, with $10.67 billion in trading activity in just the third quarter.

The majority of Stewart’s first NFTs are Halloween-themed, featuring handcrafted pumpkin-centric crafts or photos of Stewart in custom-made costumes, leveraging her reputation for crafting lifestyle creations and festive moods.

Along with a signed message from Stewart, the drop includes several “Carved Collection” auctions for images of one-of-a-kind pumpkin carving artwork (done by Maniac Pumpkin Carvers).

Collectors can even bid on the chance to have their favorite NFT avatar carved into a real pumpkin from collections like CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club, or Pudgy Penguins. The winner of those auctions will not only receive an Ethereum NFT of a photo of the pumpkin, but they will also receive the actual pumpkin.

“Throughout my life, I’ve been so lucky to collaborate with talented artists, creators, and entrepreneurs,” Stewart said in a statement. “I see NFTs as a new canvas for creativity and blockchain as a vehicle to safeguard artists’ intellectual property while also supporting their wonderful work,” says the author.

Snoop Dogg, who recently stated that he has been accumulating rare NFTs under the identity Cozomo de’ Medici, is a friend and frequent collaborator of Stewart’s.

Snoop, who now has a CryptoPunk as his Twitter profile photo, has posted a couple of Cozomo’s recent NFT acquisitions, including a $3.9 million piece from XCOPY and a CrypToadz avatar, since last month’s announcement.

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