Sep 05, 20223 min read
The previous week was full of impactful news in the field of blockchain and we are happy to share our weekly news digest - “Adoption time” with you - the most important crypto-related events gathered in a single article. Coming every Monday it will help you to find out new opportunities to use your crypto, reveal fresh-released crypto-projects and share relevant adoption cases.
Meta Rolls Out Additional NFT Features
Meta adds NFT support to Facebook and Instagram - now users can connect NFT wallets to their accounts on the social media and post digitial collectibles.
Currently Meta supports Ethereum, Polygon, and Flow NFTs on Facebook and Instagram.
FIFA Launches NFT Platform on Algorand
FIFA has announced it will launch an NFT platform for soccer-themed digital collectibles.
The platform, FIFA+ Collect, is set to launch later this month, and will feature “affordable, inclusive, and accessible” NFTs that depict notable soccer moments, art, and imagery, according to FIFA
Cardano’s Vasil Hard Fork Will Occur on September 22
Cardano Foundation has set a date for Cardano’s Vasil hard fork.
While Cardano’s Vasil hard fork aims to be a major effort to scale and expand the Ethereum competitor, it also intends to improve the developer experience for Web3 engineers creating decentralized applications on Cardano.
Bill Murray’s Ethereum Wallet Has Been Hacked
The wallet of a famouse actor has been hacked and ~$174.000 has been drained.
The funds were stolen from the wallet following the auction of an exclusive, single-edition NFT this week on Coinbase NFT, which raised 119.2 WETH, or about $185,000 at the time of sale. All funds were intended for charitable purposes.
Michael Saylor Accused of $25 Million Tax Evasion
The suit presented screenshots of Facebook posts by Saylor in 2012 as evidence the MicroStrategy CEO had lived in several different homes in DC. The posts showcase a luxury penthouse on the Georgetown waterfront that he allegedly spent millions of dollars to renovate, plus yachts docked on the Potomac