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If you want to sell an NFT of your art, you can use NFTify, the Shopify NFT store, to sell NFTs without creating your own store. You'll also need a MetaMask account to get going. Learn more about NFT'S, Nft Artwork, Digital art and crypto art. 
Without social media, NFT owners would have no place to show off or sell their expensive digital assets. So it’s no surprise that Facebook and Twitter want a piece of the pie. Both platforms are racing to adopt NFT technology and culture, starting with their users’ most popular request—verified NFT avatars.
My NFT collection contain rare digital art such as Ethereum for upcoming Crypto artists who use BlockChain with contemporary art as a platform for NFT artist to create animation through modern art, abstract art and NFT art in an effort to share blockchain, crypto and bitcoin  to NFT artists worldwide. 


In January, Twitter had already suspended the account on its platform. Instagram banned @NFT on Thursday, Feb. 3.

“This account was disabled following repeated violations of our policies, and it won’t be reinstated,” a spokesperson for Meta, Instagram’s parent company, tells Rolling Stone. The representative did not elaborate further, but instead pointed to a part of the platforms’s policies that prohibits attempts to sell, buy, or exchange accounts, site privileges, or product features. (Reps for Twitter declined to comment for this story.) When asked for comment over email, Cuban confirmed that he is an investor, but insisted he’s “not involved with operations” and copied two business associates, NFT co-founders Jason Falovitch and Aaron Avruskin. Rolling Stone asked all parties to comment on claims of NFT charging $100,000 to promote NFT projects that don’t appear to have clear long-term value, NFT not clearly labeling these promotions as ads, people on Twitter accusing NFT of promoting scammy NFTs, and Twitter and Instagram suspending the account for violating platform policies. Avruskin responded with a statement that did not address specifics.
A yacht in the MetaVerse just sold for $650,000
NFT marketplace OpenSea is reportedly working on integrating Solana and native Web3 wallet Phantom to its platform. The integration was first reported by security researcher Jane Manchun Wong on Twitter, who posted a picture of a login screen for Phantom wallet users to connect with OpenSea. Currently, Ethereum is the only currency used on the Opensea marketplace for NFT’s, this move could bring in a whole new wave of Solana based NFT’s to Opensea users.
News summary: twitter blue is released Twitter NFT verification for users. Serena Williams has a BAYC. Multiple companies are signing deals to implement the use of crypto. Meta and FB will use their Platforms to allow users to create, buy, and sell NFTs.

NFT Art - MalkamDior 

While NFTs reach far beyond the art world, art is still the category-defining NFT market responsible for much of the volume represented in the above chart. In many ways, the crypto art market mirrors that of traditional art. On the demand side, there are a mix of small and large collectors. On the supply side, there are renowned artists like Beeple, whose works sell for millions, as well as thousands of up and coming artists like Malkam Dior & Metsa (Maxwell Prendergast) whose work (pictured below) sell from anywhere between $100 and $10,000.

Radiant Depths — Maxwell Prendergast @madebymetsa

Thousands of artists like Maxwell are gravitating to NFT art because it’s proving to be more equitable for creators than the traditional market. Thanks to the internet and social media, digital artists can have their work reach millions with just a few clicks. And now, thanks to smart contracts underlying NFTs, artists can be automatically compensated every time their work is resold. Compared to traditional art markets where artists often aren’t appreciated until well after their lifetime and where most of the value accrues to wealthy collectors from secondary sales, the appeal of the digital art market for the creators is clear.

But why pay to own a piece of digital art, especially when the very nature of it being digital allows it to be replicated infinite times? In fact, we showcased Maxwell’s work above by simply cutting and pasting in a file without even paying him for it. The answer comes down to actual ownership. When someone buys NFT art, they’re not paying for a digital image but rather a socially-recognized record of ownership of the image registered on a blockchain like Ethereum. So while we can paste Maxwell’s work in this article, we don’t own the NFT tied to the work and therefore have nothing to sell.

As it turns out, many people value owning digitally scarce works just as much as others value owning physical ones. While digital ownership doesn’t come with any unique legal protections, it can be programmatically verified, allowing platforms to enforce rules where only the owner can use an image for certain purposes (like in a Twitter profile, for example). This programmatic recognition of ownership is key to the baseline utility and value behind NFTs.

Hennessy is creeping its way into crypto. The LVMH-owned Cognac brand has released its first NFTs, priced at $226,450. Each will represent physical and digital ownership of the first and last bottles (1 and 250, respectively) of Hennessy 8, a limited-edition expression from the Cognac house. The bottles and assets will be sold to a single buyer on the spirits NFT platform BlockBar on January 12th. Pricing is at 70.47 ETH (approximately, or $226k USD). The liquid itself honors the legacy of 7 of the house’s master blenders, combining one eau-de-vie from each generation of blenders and presenting it in a limited-edition, ultra-luxury formatting.

Predictions from tech experts are indicating that Apple will be diving hard into the Metaverse in 2022 and beyond. “We believe there is a high likelihood that Apple eventually has a family of products addressing the [metaverse] and we should see a prototype in 2022," Gene Munster, Analyst for Loup Ventures.” However, what many are now realising is the VR/AR functionality which have already been implemented into Apple products. Some are now predicting that these functions are a result of Metaverse preparation.

Coinbase said it will let users make purchases on its planned NFT marketplace through their  Mastercard cards -- without having to own cryptocurrency. The largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange announced the partnership with payment giant Mastercard on Tuesday, which aims at simplifying the experience of buying non-fungible tokens, the digital ownership certificates for goods such as art pieces, that have seen soaring popularity in the past year. Coinbase has accumulated more than 2.5 million people on its waitlist for its NFT platform since it announced the plan last October.

Who has the rights to mint and sell an NFT? 

Minting tools and DIY NFT tutorials are now widely available on the Internet, meaning that anyone could conceivably turn a file into an NFT. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you should, and the ease with which an NFT can be minted means that grifters and con artists may be trying to make money off of your work or goodwill. 

ISLAND BOY NFT Status: Listed at 55 ETH ($222,035)
Where did the island boys come from?
Legend has it that they were picked up in a straw basket that floated onto the shore, sent by their desperate mother who crash landed on a desert island and wanted a better life for her two island boys. They came out the womb with tattooed skin and golden teeth. And were taught to sing by a blind monkey with Down syndrome. They sing like shit but do it with such conviction that we pay attention.These are our island boys. And we’ve never needed them as much as we do now.

CEO Adam Moserri recently revealed on insta live that the platform is actively looking for ways to integrate NFT’s within the app. What do you think of this potential move?

Obviously, copying, selling, or publicly displaying works without authorization from the original creator (or the company that commissioned the work for hire) (1) can constitute copyright infringement, (2) can constitute trademark infringement, if consumers are confused about the source or sponsorship of the NFT, (3) can infringe design patents, assuming substantially similarity, or (4) can violate one’s right of publicity, if the NFT depicts individuals. Remember, copyright infringement can occur not only with exact copies, but also if the work depicts unique characters; trademark infringement can occur not only with copies of logos, trademarks, or other brand identifies, but confusingly similar ones as well.

  • Minters and sellers should ensure they have the requisite rights and permissions to the files they’re minting and selling.
  • Platforms should have policies in place to ensure the same and be prepared to respond to takedown requests to enjoy the protections afforded by the DMCA. As online marketplaces, they should guard against allegations of direct and indirect infringement by ensuring that they don’t knowingly and actively facilitate the creation of infringing works, or somehow create an implied association that they are the brand offering the items displayed.
  • Brands and creators have a great opportunity to build loyalty in their followers and customers, but they should be vigilant about theft of their works and police conduct that could weaken or dilute their marks. Consider using vendors that can help track infringement online or block NFT spammers from stealing and monetizing your works. Don’t sit on your rights and help unscrupulous profiteers develop defenses like laches, waiver/estoppel, or acquiescence.
Share my digital illustration tag your favorite NFT collector display your digital drawing and digital collectibles in stop motion at MalkamDior. Celebrities and athletes have been joining the NFT world throughout the past year. Check out some notable NFT’s.

Malkam Dior NFT Birthday Party At Summit Vanderbilt NYC On Dec 11, 2021.


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Melania Trump Is Releasing an NFT That Will Cost 1 SOL Each. The former first lady’s first NFT, called Melania’s Vision, will include watercolor art that “embodies Mrs. Trump’s cobalt blue eyes, providing the collector with an amulet to inspire,” according to an emailed statement.

POSHMARK NFT - DIORNFT.
In celebration of Poshmark’s 10th birthday, we launched our first-ever collection of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) that are designed to unlock exclusive perks and benefits for the next T E N   Y E A R S; you can own your very own piece of Poshmark! Even better—we’re giving YOU the chance to win one of our very first NFTs, plus more than $300 in exclusive annual benefits (like Posh Credit, PoshFest tickets, and more) to use over the next decade!
Our first surprise auction yesterday raised over $4,000 dollars (!!) for one of these limited edition NFTs, meaning the NFTs you’re entering to win will have a similar value. All proceeds from the first auction will go to @missionbit and Poshmark is matching the total amount raised; giving $8,400 dollars towards bridging the tech divide and empowering the next generation of innovators.

To enter to win a special PoshmarkTurns10 NFT:

• Follow @poshmark on Instagram, if you aren’t already
• Like this post and comment with your Poshmark username below
• Share this post to your Instagram Stories

<<Giveaway runs from December 7th to December 10th, 2021 at 5pm PT. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Residents of the U.S. (excluding Puerto Rico and all U.S. territories and possessions), Canada (excluding Quebec), Australia and India. 
Island Boys NFT - Collection + HipHopDior  "Imma just Island Boy"! Only 100 Island Boys Created.
If you bought Ethereum a year ago at $382.82, you would have gotten 2.61 coins. At Friday’s peak, those coins would be worth $11,645.71, more than a 1000% increase.

From famous rappers to beloved actors and TV personalities, all the rich people seem down with NFTs.

OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace, has officially surpassed $10 Billion in sales. The average price on Opensea throughout its lifetime operating is $872 per NFT.

Ethereum 2.0, also known as Eth2 or “Serenity,” is an upgrade to the Ethereum blockchain. The upgrade aims to enhance the speed, efficiency, and scalability of the Ethereum network so that it can process more transactions and ease bottlenecks. This is encouraging news for NFT users as Ethereum is widely known as the major blockchain for NFT’s. The current network often results in users paying extra fee’s known as ‘gas fees’ or ‘gwei’ in order to compete transactions. Ethereum 2.0 is said to address these costs, creating a far better user experience.

Veve announced that Disney will offer NFTs of its characters as part of a promotion for its streaming video channel Disney +. The characters they are using have yet to be announced.

The Bank of America Corporation (BoA) has published a research report offering a bullish/optimistic outlook for the long term prospects of NFT’s and crypto currency. The report asserts that the cryptocurrency sector’s $2.15-trillion market capitalization is “too large to ignore,” highlighting that the digital asset ecosystem has evolved to encompass “so much more” than just Bitcoin (BTC). BoA stated that the growth of the NFT sector even caught veteran crypto users by surprise, highlighting that the Opensea market generated more than $2.5 billion in the first half of 2021.

In the late 90's, China threatened to limit the internet and to some extent, they succeeded. Then came crypto and more recently NFT. China currently attempts to ban or limit the use and exchange of cryptocurrencies but despite their efforts, NFTs have become so popular in China that even Chinese tech giants like Tencent and Alibaba have gotten in on the game. The only question is how will NFTs survive in crypto-less China?

Rolls-Royce NFT : Debuting its next Black Badge variant on Oct. 28, the company confirmed Thursday. Rolls-Royce says the NFT will be stored in an encrypted wallet at the company's headquarters in Goodwood, England. Rolls-Royce will not confirm the estimated value of the NFT but more details will be known on Thursday Oct 28.

McLaren Racing, a well-known British racing team, and the world’s second-oldest operational Formula One team have launched a platform where fans and collectors may buy McLaren Racing-branded digital collectibles or non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

The ‘McLaren Racing Collective’ portal will act as a hub for future possibilities to buy a piece of special McLaren Racing memorabilia. The first drop will let fans and NFT collectors purchase various parts of the MCL35M 2021 Formula 1 race car, which will be manufactured from an official CAD created by McLaren Racing.


Facebook Inc will invest US$50 million to partner with organizations to responsibly build the ‘metaverse’ - a digital world where people can use different devices to move and communicate in a virtual, augmented reality. According to the statement, the success of the metaverse depends on the collaboration of several companies, the involvement of human rights and civil communities with the aim that it is developed in a responsible, inclusive and empowered way. This is a huge investment into the NFT space and provides an optimistic future ahead.

TikTok is launching a non-fungible token (NFT) collection that will see its top content creators partner with top NFT creators. The newly announced TikTok Top Moments will feature six "culturally significant TikTok videos" as one-of-one NFTs from creators including Lil Nas X, Rudy Willingham, Bella Poarch, Curtis Roach, Brittany Broski, FNMeka, Jess Marciante and Gary Vaynerchuk. Those creators will partner with COIN ARTIST, x0r, RTFKT, Grimes and others to create additional limited edition NFTs that celebrate their viral videos.


Different crypto wallets serve different uses. From holding crypto, to staking, to using and buying NFTs, this video explains what different crypto wallet apps and platforms can be used for and which ones you might want to install.

Burberry recently announced a partnership with Mythical Games to gamify buying, selling and collecting toys as NFTs through the Blankos Block Party game. CNET's own Chris Parker also made a step-by-step guide on how to make and sell your own NFT, in the video below. 




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