Place/Date: - November 30th, 2022 at 1:57 pm UTC · 3 min read Source: Lord of Dragons Photo: Lord of DragonsUp until recently, many game studios have published games adopting P2W (Pay to Win) element, which users are required to spend significant CompanyDragonsGameKoreanLODLordMarketMobilesP2ESotemVenture Read More
The entertainment company has big plans to create a WB Movieverse and adapt other films in its archives into multimedia NFTs.
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A former member of the Tongan Parliament is behind a proposal to make Bitcoin (BTC) legal tender in the tiny Pacific nation of Tonga, following in the footsteps of El Salvador. It’s due for a vote in Parliament in May and the early signs are encouraging.Mataʻiʻulua ʻi Fonuamotu, Lord Fusitu’a FinancialLordPlansSecurityTongan Read More
Former U.K. chancellor of the exchequer Lord Hammond has reportedly warned about investing in cryptocurrencies. He said, “It’s gambling money,” noting that “people should be extremely cautious” and “Many regard them as closer to gaming than serious investing.” Nonetheless, he is currently serving as a senior advisor to a crypto BitcoinChancellorCryptoFeaturedGamblingHammondInvestingLordMoneyNewsWarns Read More
The Lord of the Rings-themed ‘JRR Token’ has met a “bag end” after being forced to shut shop following legal action from the family and estate of the famed series’ author. J.R.R. Tolkien who died in 1973.On Nov. 23, Law360 reported that the Tolkien Estate had reached a settlement with BlocksEstateJRRLordRingsTokenTolkien Read More
Daedalic Entertainment, the developer behind the Edna & Harvey series, appears to be experiencing some financial difficulties.
They recently abandoned A Year of Rain, and other financial woes put the release of The Lord of the Rings Gollum into question.
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