The Clown Skateboards x Ludo release has dominated the Internet Computer marketplace this week. More on that in just a moment. First, I want to draw attention to supply and demand in the IC NFT marketplace and what collections may just be primed for floor price increases as the market recovers.
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to say this, but there are three NFT collections launching on the IC that I am really excited about. But before I get to that, I want to start by sharing some news regarding an OG NFT collection on the IC.
There is plenty of action in the Internet Computer’s NFT market this week as new announcements keep coming. Many projects from the early days of the IC NFT market are finally reaching some major roadmap goals.
One of the main things that occur during a bear market that triggers the next bull market is that developers take the opportunity to build when things are quiet. While most NFT project floor prices are steady or down
But why were NFTs developed in the first place? When did they first come into existence? What problem were creators trying to solve? And what does the future of NFTs hold? Let’s take a closer look at the origin of NFTs.
I know we’re all excited about the price of cryptocurrencies increasing, but we’re not 100% out of the bear market yet, and the performance of NFT collections proves it. Rather than following crypto prices up, the NFT market is basically continuing sideways.
Today, we’ll discuss one NFT collection that will burn 15% of its supply this week (in exchange for 500 Gen2 NFTs), one project that is celebrating its first anniversary after an incredibly successful year
When people refer to an NFT collection as being "blue chip", they usually mean that it is a low-risk collectible. People refer to something with this term to give others the impression that it is a sure store of value, a guaranteed success for years to come.
As the Internet Computer ecosystem continues to expand, it can be tough to keep up with all of the projects that have something in the works. Let’s look at a few projects that are getting attention due to various reasons
Last year, when Facebook rebranded itself as Meta Platforms, the idea of a metaverse became widespread, and it's now a part of everyday conversation. What makes the Internet Computer stand apart from the crowd, however, is its decentralized take on the metaverse frontier.