The developer of shark baby song just released it's own NFT.
NFT disclosure of matrix
Growing demand for Warner Bros. NFT Matrix avatars. Nifty caused a crash on the website's shopping page this week. Earlier this month, the film studio announced that it would launch an advertising campaign for the new Matrix Resurrections, which will be released on January 1. After more than 300,000 Matrix fans lined up for last Tuesday's fall, Nifty's had to start and stop queuing multiple times due to "infrastructure issues" due to maximum capacity.
“Hello everyone again. While we're obviously still working on the introduction, which didn't go the way we hoped it would, we're delighted with everyone staying with us and would like to thank our team from the bottom of our hearts.”
- Niftys (@Niftys) December 1, 2021
After the queue is repeatedly paused, other issues occur, such as:
At the time of writing, 347,133 people are still in line and the problem is still unsolved. Nifty's said it was still working hard to resolve the issue and offered a free "bug in the NFT matrix" for the inconvenience of Nifty users who queued last Tuesday.
Token baby shark
Pinkfong, creator of the popular and disturbing nursery rhyme Baby Shark, publishes an NFT collection with music video content.
The collection consists of 1/1 and five limited editions, and NFT features the Baby Shark character with his five family members in a series of animated and holographic GIF files, backed by new original music. The auction and sale will be held on Makersplace on Friday and CO2 emissions from the sale will be calculated and offset by the sustainability platform Aerial. The starting price for the 1/1 NFT auction is not fixed, but the highest bidder will also receive a personal vinyl record of the music featured on the NFT.
Baby Shark's music video has over 9.7 billion views on YouTube, making it the most-played video on the platform.
MBA students raise $3,000 for scholarship funds
A group of MBA students from the INSEAD Paris office raised $3,000 for the Robin Hood Fellowship Fund through an NFT sale.
Ferdinand Eisels, Michelle Yu and two other students created an NFT Nian-inspired cat titled "RobinGood #1", which depicts Robin Hood, a salamander riding a school logo. The project is part of a one-week student fundraising campaign for school funds, which promotes need-based scholarships. Auctioned in fiat currency to allow every student to participate, the NFT was picked up by Goldman Sachs alumni and banker Alberto Marega for 2,600 euros, or about $3,000, and has since been sliced into OpenSea.
"It's amazing that we can support a good cause with this technology," said Aycels, adding, "I hope it encourages others to further explore the positive effects of blockchain technology."
FTX expands support for Ethereum NFT
FTX.US announced today that its NFT marketplace has expanded support for Ethereum-based NFT. Both FTX and its US subsidiary first entered the sector in September, introducing the NFT market with limited functionality. The following month, FTX.US expanded its platform to include support for Solana-based NFT.
The FTX.US website is now home to a collection list of popular Ethereum-based projects such as Bored Ape Yacht Club, Meebits, and Pudgy Penguins.
More interesting news
Upcoming mobile-based NFT game Guild of Guardians raised $5.3 million Tuesday from a two-stage sale of its own GEMS token. The sale token sale has surpassed 82 times, with approximately 808,000 registered users and more than 10,700 new GEMS users purchasing tokens with a maximum of $500.
Ross Ulbricht, founder of the dark network Silk Road, caused quite a stir Wednesday when he announced his own downfall at NFT and showed off the hand-painted artwork that will be auctioned this month at Superare. Proceeds from the auction will help fund the foundation that supports Ulbricht's efforts to get him out of prison.