Daily News - August 2, 2022
Nomad Bridge is hacked for $190M USD! Proof teases Grails Season II! Tyler Hobbs is releasing a collaborative generative art platform! Pindar releases the quantum computing artwork!
OpenSea Trading Volume:
Ethereum experiences a 4.6% pullback closing the day at $1,616.18 USD! On the other hand, OpenSea experienced an uptick in daily trading volume closing the day with $15.15M USD - up from yesterday’s close of $13.13M USD.
Nomad Bridge is exploited for $190M USD! (Source)
Proof Collective announces their upcoming release of Grails Season II! The collection features pieces from 25 prominent artists curated by Eli Scheinman and Kevin Rose. (Source)
Tyler Hobbs partners with Dandelion Wist to release QQL - a generative art algorithm that enables collectors and creators to co-create a generative art project! While you’ll be able to use the algorithm for free if you intend to mint any of the artworks you’ll need an access pass which will be available on Archipelago in September. (Source)
The “Meridian” book is available for pre-order. Meridian was a highly successful project released in partnership between Matt DesLauriers and ArtBlocks! (Source)
Muse’s latest album will be the world’s first chart-eligible NFT album! (Source)
Quantum Faces and Quantum Skull are the latest 1/1 pieces by Pindar Van Arman. More importantly, these pieces mark the very first quantum computing artworks within the NFT space! (Source)
World of Women Fabricant will be revealed on August 4 at 10 AM EST/4 PM CET! (Source)
CryptoPunks continue to dominate the top sales leaderboard! CryptoPunk #7715 was purchased by kingkitegavault.eth for 99.95 ETH ($169,380 USD). The buyer has accumulated a $900,00 USD NFT portfolio consisting of 2 CryptoPunks, 1 BAYC, 1 PROOF Collective, 1 MoonBirds, and numerous other blue chips! (Source)
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