Daily News - April 12, 2022
Coinbase is filming a BAYC trilogy! Arbitrum launches a partnership with Ratwell to encourage onboarding to Layer 2.
Battlefly introduces “staking as a service”! This feature will enable game creators to use leverage and create a “fly-wheel” effect to foster the adaptation and growth of their project. (Source)
OpenSea Trading Volume:
Ethereum has broken under $3000 and closed the day at $2,974.67 (-6.8%). Unfortunately, the bearish sentiment translated to the lowest daily volume for April thus far! We closed the day with $67.82M (-14.4%).
Wolf Game launches their latest whitepaper including details regarding their upcoming Cave Game. (Source)
Back to back! DriftShoots follows up his $6.6M sale of First Day Out with a 36.30ETH ($109,195.85) sale of his 1/1 piece titled “The World Before Us.” (Source)
Coinbase announced a partnership with Bored Ape Yacht Club to produce a BAYC-inspired film series! The first installment of the series will debut at NFT NYC and will later transition to a “wallet-gated” mechanism, in which only users with Coinbas wallets will be able to view them. (Source)
In a bid to onboard more users, Arbitrum partners with Ratwell to design exclusive NFTs! These NFTs will be rewarded to users for interacting with different parts of the Arbitrum ecosystem. To make matters more interesting, those that collect 13/16 NFTs will be eligible to claim the most exclusive arbi-verse NFT. (Source)
Ubisoft, the gaming giant responsible for Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, has invested in a crypto-focused venture fund! Interestingly, the company has faced public backlash following its previous foray into blockchain-based gaming (Ubisoft Quartz). (Source)
IV. Return to Diorama by Sam Spratt sold for 72.0 ETH ($231,526) to an anonymous wallet. Upon further analysis, the wallet recently participated in the open editions hosted by XCopy and Driftshoots. (Source)