Designers and artists Mayson Heald, Akoa, and Nestor Andreev have launched their new NFT collections, featuring works inspired by nature, repeated patterns, digital currencies, and even emojis, with curation-focused marketplace FabriikX.
Women of BSV co-founder Diddy Wheldon talks about the inspiration behind her third collection launching on the curation-focused NFT marketplace experience FabriikX, and how she came to the world of NFTs.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has taken federal level court action against Meta, alleging that the tech company is engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct over its publishing of scam advertisements.
Users can now make a profit by reselling their NFTs on FabriikX. Last March 15, the platform launched its secondary marketplace, giving both the creators and consumers more opportunities.
The Origins collection features 40 unique NFTs comprised of a series of tiles, with each tile being a separate NFT. Each tile is digitally hand painted and features spots of paint creating drips, on single color, contrasting backgrounds.
In this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Yuriy Porytko and Adam Hawley explain how the NFT artwork functions as a keepsake for its owner and contains images that represent Ukraine, the resilience of its citizens and the spirit that guides Ukrainians.
Ukrainian-American sports club Tryzub, together with FabriikX and NFTfamiliars, has released two limited edition NFTs to raise money for the besieged Ukrainian government.
The Ukrainian Relief NFT collection has a total size of 200 and is currently live on FabriikX. There are two unique NFTs within the collection and each has 100 editions.
All proceeds will go to the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee (UUARC), a Philadelphia-headquartered international humanitarian organization with nearly 80 years of experience in helping Ukrainians in dire need.
FabriikX introduces its first set of NFTs from its Inaugural Community Collection Series, which represents the communal artistic efforts of different artists around the world.
Retail giant Walmart is quietly making a foray into the metaverse, following the footsteps of other multinational companies that have now ventured into virtual goods and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Fabriik is entering the world of NFTs with an exciting and innovative new product called FabriikX, with a preview unveiling from January 25. The initial offering of NFTs will be comprised of content from community contributors, allowing anyone interested to be included in the soft launch of the site.