The project, which is still under development, will live on non-fungible-token platform Mintbase. By using blockchain technology, the platform is “building out a core database and a publishing back end that allows these photographers to be able to license their photos” on social-media websites and in magazines, Davis said.
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Celebrities had a shaky year promoting crypto firms and projects throughout 2022. Many found themselves named in lawsuits over their alleged promotion of since-failed projects, while others have been relentlessly mocked on social media for their involvement in the first place.From movie stars to television actors, sports stars to musicians, many BitcoinBurnedCelebsCryptocryptoexchangeEndorsingExchanges Read More
In total, the lawsuit names 37 defendants, including the founders and leadership team at Yuga Labs; MoonPay and its CEO, Ivan Soto-Wright; Reddit co-founder and investor Alexis Ohanian; NFT artist Beeple; Ape DAO board members Amy Wu, Maaria Bajwa and Dean Steinbeck; Guy Oseary; Justin Beiber; Jimmy Fallon; Gwyneth Paltrow; AllegingAmongBieberCelebsDozensLabsLawsuitMadonnaNamedNFTSchemeYuga Read More
NFL quarterback Tom Brady and NBA point guard Stephen Curry are reportedly among the celebrities facing a probe from the Texas financial regulator over their promotion of the now-bankrupt crypto exchange, FTX. Joe Rotunda, director of enforcement at the Texas State Securities Board reportedly told Bloomberg in a Nov. 22 report BitcoinBradyCelebscryptoexchangeCurryendorsementsExchangesFTXProbeStephenTexasTom Read More
Celebrities facing huge losses from BAYC NFTsThe hype behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) over the last year resulted in many celebrities investing in the Ethereum-based nonfungible token (NFT) collection with many, such as singer Justin Bieber, paying top dollar.Bieber paid 500 Ether (ETH) for BAYC #3001 on Jan. BAYCBigBuildingCelebsHarryLoseMeghanMetaverse Read More
Celebrities have been putting millions into NFTs since the initial boom in early 2021. But with the decline in prices in both Ethereum and the overall NFT market, we found out what their purchases are worth now.
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Consumer watchdog group Truth in Advertising (TINA.org) has called out 19 celebrities for allegedly promoting non-fungible tokens (NFTs) without disclosing their connection to the projects. The not-for-profit consumer advocacy organization said on their website they investigated "celebrities who promote non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on their social media channels", finding that "it is AmongBieberBitcoinCalledCelebscryptoexchangeExchangesHiltonJustinNFTsParisShilling Read More
A U.S. person includes anyone on U.S. soil, as well as any American citizen abroad. Tornado Cash is a mixer, a protocol designed to pool funds in an effort to obfuscate the origin of any given transaction. U.S. officials alleged that a significant amount of the funds flowing through the CashCelebsCryptoETHEthereumMixerSendingTornadoTrolling Read More
A new survey has revealed bleak insights into the apparent willingness of retail investors to follow digital asset advice from the social media accounts of celebrities and influencers.According to a Morning Consultant survey of 2,200 U.S. adults, 45% of crypto-holding respondents indicated they would be likely to seek exposure to AdviceCelebsCryptoKardashianKimOwnerssurveyTurn Read More
Taylor Swift sent a fiery tweet at Donald Trump today. She called out his violent reaction to the Greg Lloyd protests. While she’s praised for using her platform, what celebrities have still said nothing? Donald Trump just got picked on by someone his own size. Taylor Swift – one CelebsFindsSilentSWIFTTaylorUpsettinglyVoiceWoke Read More