Omniscape creator and CEO Robert Rice talks to Kurt Wuckert Jr. about the future of AR and VR on blockchain on the 10th episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream.
Experienced cryptocurrency journalist and self-confessed Bitcoin sceptic, Amy Castor puts matters into perspective when it comes to the valuation of BTC in this week’s CoinGeek Conversations.
It is unclear if Autograph will live on top of a blockchain network, or if it is merely transcending the world of physical collectibles by digitizing them.
In the recent craze to tokenize everything including the kitchen sink, it is easy to lose sight of where real value lies, Jerry Chan writes.
In this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, top online gaming lawyer Jeff Ifrah tells Becky Liggero that regulation in the United States varies depending on which state one is in.
NFTY Jigs are a platform for building games and other apps using an NFT-based authentication system, according to Unbounded Enterprise CEO and co-founder Jackson Laskey.
Anyone can start creating non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and other tokens on the RUN protocol by clicking a few buttons thanks to Joshua Henslee’s latest launches, Tique Case and Mint.Tique.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, digital currency sceptic David Gerard admitted he was impressed by Twetch CEO Josh Petty’s initiative but said he still had concerns about NFTs.
The revised guidance comes after a 12-month review of the initial release, which found that some jurisdictions’ AML and CFT regimes with respect to digital assets were still underdeveloped or not developed at all.
As more and more NFTs reach ridiculous valuations, it is becoming obvious that the market is almost entirely blind to what an NFT is—and what it is not.
In this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Jack Liu talks about non-fungible tokens, Bitcoin’s first fully decentralized exchange, and what’s next for RelayX.