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Coinbase NFT Pauses New Collection Drops, Denies Shuttering Marketplace

Coinbase’s NFT drops feature allowed creators to release collections directly on the marketplace, rather than serving as a secondary marketplace such as leading NFT platform OpenSea. According to data from Dune Analytics, Coinbase NFT’s all-time trading volume is 4,454 ETH, nearly $7 million. In the month of January alone, OpenSea

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Following APT’s 400% Rise Since Late December, Aptos Drops 20% From All-Time High  – Markets and Prices Bitcoin News

On Jan. 26, 2023, the cryptocurrency asset aptos (APT) reached an all-time high and then lost 20% of its value over the next five days. In the past 24 hours, it also shed 8.3% against the U.S. dollar. Despite the decline from its all-time high, APT is still up 349%

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Axie Infinity’s Monthly Player Count Drops to Low Not Seen Since November 2020 – Bitcoin News

After recording $4.26 billion in total non-fungible token (NFT) sales, the play-to-earn game Axie Infinity’s monthly player count has dropped to levels not seen since November 2020, a period of 26 months. Despite the low player count, the project’s native token, AXS, has climbed 62% higher against the U.S. dollar

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Ransomware Revenue Drops as Victims Pay Less Often, Chainalysis Reports – Security Bitcoin News

While the number of ransomware hits may not have decreased significantly, the revenue from such attacks has fallen sharply last year, according to Chainalysis. The blockchain forensics firm believes that to a large extent the trend can be attributed to more of the targeted organizations refusing to pay the perpetrators. Chainalysis

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Price drops on ‘Cryptohouse’ with NFT decor, mint your personality as an NFT and more

Waning interest in a North Hollywood crypto-themed homeA crypto-friendly house in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, is seemingly struggling to sell, as the property has seen its price reduce three times in a little over four months.The so-called “Cryptohouse,” as stated on the glowing neon sign in its kitchen, was listed

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