Martha Stewart Opens NFT Store: “I See NFTs as New Canvas”

Martha Stewart has developed a non-fungible tokens digital boutique (NFTs). While many celebrities have launched their own NFT lines, Stewart is taking it a step further by curating collections that can be purchased. Stewart's boutique, dubbed "FRESH Mint," will feature a collection of NFTs created in partnership with well-known designers, artists, and photographers. The NFTs in this collection will be based on Stewart's original artifacts and creations, which will be digitally changed. Many of the pieces in this collection will be used to commemorate unique occasions, seasonal changes, and festivals.

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, purges his wallet of $4.3 million in dog cryptos.

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, has been purging his collection of Dogecoin knockoffs, including Small Doge, Baby Shiba, and Kishu Inu. Buterin is said to have sold over $4.3 million (around Rs. 32 crores) worth of dog-themed meme-coins from his wallets recently. Some of these coins were used to buy Proof of Humanity's UBI tokens, which were then "burned" (pull them out of circulation). In partnership with Klerosand Democracy Earth, Proof of Humanity is an Ethereum blockchain-based social verification mechanism for humans. The UBI is its native token.

Gavin Wood, the founder of Polkadot, teases a $750 million funding network.

Polkadot's 41-year-old founder, Gavin Wood, has revealed plans to invest $774 million (approximately Rs. 5,800 crores) in the open-source crypto network's development. Wood intends to use the idle native tokens of Polkadot (DOT) — which have seen some recent increase — to support the development. Polkadot is now selling at $1,009 (approximately Rs. 3,246) on October 20, according to the Gadgets 360 crypto price tracker. Wood stated in a tweet that the Polkadot treasury currently has 18,936,300 DOT tokens sitting dormant.

Andrew Yang declares the Forward Party to be a “Crypto Party.”

Andrew Yang has disclosed his plans to turn his Forward Party into a Crypto Party, after establishing a new political party in the United States earlier this month. The 46-year-old former Democrat has frequently stated his support and optimism for the bitcoin space's future. Yang stated the US must tackle the notion "intelligently" in the newest Bankless podcast. He also projected that the crypto sector will have a bright future. Yang is certain that these direct-pay crypto tokens will enable a fair distribution of universal basic income.

Facebook and Coinbase have teamed up to test the Novi digital wallet in the US.

Facebook has teamed up with Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange located in the United States, on a new project called Novi, which aims to create a digital wallet that allows individuals to move money abroad without incurring additional costs. Novi has been in the works for a long time and will be launching trial programs in the United States and Guatemala. Anyone in the United States will be allowed to participate, with the exception of residents of Alaska, Nevada, New York, and the US Virgin Islands.

Martha Stewart Opens NFT Store: “I See NFTs as New Canvas”

Martha Stewart has developed a non-fungible tokens digital boutique (NFTs). While many celebrities have launched their own NFT lines, Stewart is taking it a step further by curating collections that can be purchased. Stewart's boutique, dubbed "FRESH Mint," will feature a collection of NFTs created in partnership with well-known designers, artists, and photographers. The NFTs in this collection will be based on Stewart's original artifacts and creations, which will be digitally changed. Many of the pieces in this collection will be used to commemorate unique occasions, seasonal changes, and festivals.

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, purges his wallet of $4.3 million in dog cryptos.

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, has been purging his collection of Dogecoin knockoffs, including Small Doge, Baby Shiba, and Kishu Inu. Buterin is said to have sold over $4.3 million (around Rs. 32 crores) worth of dog-themed meme-coins from his wallets recently. Some of these coins were used to buy Proof of Humanity's UBI tokens, which were then "burned" (pull them out of circulation). In partnership with Klerosand Democracy Earth, Proof of Humanity is an Ethereum blockchain-based social verification mechanism for humans. The UBI is its native token.

Gavin Wood, the founder of Polkadot, teases a $750 million funding network.

Polkadot's 41-year-old founder, Gavin Wood, has revealed plans to invest $774 million (approximately Rs. 5,800 crores) in the open-source crypto network's development. Wood intends to use the idle native tokens of Polkadot (DOT) — which have seen some recent increase — to support the development. Polkadot is now selling at $1,009 (approximately Rs. 3,246) on October 20, according to the Gadgets 360 crypto price tracker. Wood stated in a tweet that the Polkadot treasury currently has 18,936,300 DOT tokens sitting dormant.

Andrew Yang declares the Forward Party to be a “Crypto Party.”

Andrew Yang has disclosed his plans to turn his Forward Party into a Crypto Party, after establishing a new political party in the United States earlier this month. The 46-year-old former Democrat has frequently stated his support and optimism for the bitcoin space's future. Yang stated the US must tackle the notion "intelligently" in the newest Bankless podcast. He also projected that the crypto sector will have a bright future. Yang is certain that these direct-pay crypto tokens will enable a fair distribution of universal basic income.

Facebook and Coinbase have teamed up to test the Novi digital wallet in the US.

Facebook has teamed up with Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange located in the United States, on a new project called Novi, which aims to create a digital wallet that allows individuals to move money abroad without incurring additional costs. Novi has been in the works for a long time and will be launching trial programs in the United States and Guatemala. Anyone in the United States will be allowed to participate, with the exception of residents of Alaska, Nevada, New York, and the US Virgin Islands.