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.
Bitcoin price falls below its ‘realized price’
On June 13, Bitcoin prices dived deeper into bear market territory after Bitcoin (BTC) sliced through its current trading range and briefly touched $22,600, its lowest level since December 2020.
According to BTC historical data, the market has now reached valuation metrics that show the price is severely oversold and perhaps near a bottom. Bitcoin has now fallen below its realized price, which represents the average price of every coin in supply based on the time it was last spent on-chain.
NYC Gallery Lets NFT Owners Remotely Display Their Art From Anywhere
Web3 NYC Gallery opens its doors to the NFT collectors willing to display their collectibles. Anybody from all over the world can have a chance to demonstrate his/her collection and fortunately sell it for a higher price.
Web3 NYC Gallery offers displays tied to its Genesis NFTs at three different levels: 160 10-inch Collector’s Club displays ranging from 1.5 ETH ($2,680) to 2 ETH ($3,580), 110 21.5-inch Degen Club displays ranging from 5 ETH ($8,950) to 10 ETH ($17,900), and 30 43-inch Alpha Club displays that are being sold privately at unlisted prices.
Anthony Hopkins is looking forward to invest in NFT
Last year the famous Hollywood actor - Anthony Hopkins starred in "Zero Contact," a film released via NFTs. Today he is looking forward to buying NFTs himself and asks Jimmy Fallon, Snoop Dogg, Reese Witherspoon for shopping advice.
Thought the post of Anthony Hopkins on Twitter was met controversially - NFT supporters were happy to see such a huge star among them, while NFT critics accused him of trying to attract attention to himself, the trend can be observed - more and more Hollywood stars are entering the NFT market (earlier this year notable filmmakers such as Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino have also made moves in the NFT space.)
Budweisers’ horses will participate in NFT races in Zed Run
Budweiser announced plans to put the brand’s famed Clydesdale horses from past advertising campaigns into the Ethereum-based NFT horse racing game Zed Run.
The game previously inked an alliance with beer brand Stella Artois, which like Budweiser is owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
The First NFT game - GRIT, was published in Epic Games Store
While Steam keeps his doors closed to the Web3 games, Epic Games Store takes advantage of their popularity. Recently released GRIT by Gala Games will be the first NFT game on the market place.
GRIT is a free-to-play online multiplayer game for Windows PC players, featuring user-owned NFT assets that can be purchased, resold, and utilized within the game.
Mastercard will allow direct NFT purchases
The global financial services provider, Mastercard, is making NFT adoption closer to reality. The firm has partnered with a number of leading NFT marketplaces to allow 2.9 billion cardholders to directly make NFT purchases without buying crypto first.
Mastercard stated that it has partnered with multiple NFT marketplaces namely Immutable X, Candy Digital, The Sandbox (SAND), Mintable, Spring, Nifty Gateway and Web3 infrastructure provider MoonPay.
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