NFTs are not dead
NFT sales increased by 22% this month, with $568 million of NFTs sold on 20 blockchains, figures not seen in a long time. Of the $568.19 million in NFT sales, $443.55 million were Ethereum-based NFTs.
The NFT collection with the highest sales was Bored Ape Yacht Club, which collected $64,907,645 in the past 30 days.
The reasons for this sudden #growth are still unknown.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited is the most recent name of the historic British car manufacturer, which today belongs to the BMW Group: the German group has acquired the rights to use the Rolls-Royce brand name in the automotive sector.
In 2003, the Rolls-Royce brand became the property of the new company Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, part of the BMW Group.
From 2003 onwards, the company grew yearly, recording increasing sales volumes, reaching a record of 5586 cars sold in 2021.
NFT holders top countries
Did you think that the #US was the state with the most NFT traders? 🇺🇸 It is not!
Against all expectations, #Thailand is the place with the highest number of NFT holders: 5.65 million. 🇹🇭
We asked ourselves why and gave some answers:
🕹️ The #play2earn video game metaverse has depopulated in Thailand, creating a large number of NFT owners used for gaming.
🖼️ In 2021, Thai star #Youngohn announced his launch with a Singapore-based NFT1 production company.
The project, called “The #Currency,” had only one rule: after one year from the purchase, the owners of those 10 thousand works, existing both in physical form and as NFTs, would have to choose whether to keep the NFT (and see the respective physical work burned) or instead keep the physical work, but lose ownership of the related NFT.
A year later, after the crisis of both #cryptocurrencies and NFTs, the owners have chosen: 5,149 will take the physical works, and the remaining 4,851 will keep the NFTs instead.
The NFT collector
One of Snoop’s earliest NFT sales was in April last year, at the beginning of the #NFT boom, with the “Journey of the Dogg” auction that saw a collector’s item a one-of-a-kind digital artwork called “Death Row” sell for more than $100,000.
In September, Snoop Dogg claimed to have an alias: an anonymous NFT collector named Cozomo de’ Medici who, at the time of the disclosure, had a digital collection worth more than $17 million. 💰
50 Milllion audience milestone
New goods or services in the #digital realm can take advantage of this network effect to acquire users at unprecedented rates.
The world’s first webpage
It has been 31 years since CERN computer scientist Tim-Berners Lee received the Touring Prize in 2016; on August 6, 1991, he published the first-ever website at CERN.
The most profound transformations have occurred with the emergence of Web2, which aims to actively engage users and the content itself is more user-generated.
Highest vehicle mileage
Irving still holds the Guinness World Record for the highest vehicle mileage on a personal car with over 5,000,000 km on his Volvo 1800S. Irving has driven over 100,000 km a year visiting car shows, with the longest stretch on a trip from New York to Vancouver, Canada.
Elon Musk has a love-hate relationship with #cryptocurrencies.
While he continues to believe in the claims and #innovation of cryptos, his often contradictory tweets have had a major impact on their prices. 💸
The dumped hard drive
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where a small decision could have changed your life? 🤔
Well, one of these decisions happened to James back in 2013, and now he wants to remedy what happened.