Who makes money from the metaverse, and how, comes down to what it becomes. And shaping the metaverse is, to a large degree, a matter of definitions.
Australia is in the middle of a much-needed process of regulating cryptocurrency and related digital assets, but there’s plenty still to be done.
NFT sales passed US$40 billion in 2021 and now more brands want to get in on the action.
The metaverse is being hyped as a game-changing virtual platform that will transform our digital lives. But it has some inherent challenges to overcome in order to achieve mass adoption.
Bitcoin has lost over half of its value since November 2021.
The value of digital art or other digital objects depends on how much someone is willing to pay for it.
NFTs are hailed as the foundation of the metaverse economy because they allow you to purchase unique digital assets, from art to real estate. But legally, you might not own what you think you do.
Many people promoting cryptocurrencies are looking for something bigger than the future of financial transactions. They’re aiming to break free of governments and corporations.
The digital collectors items have become a multi-billion dollar industry in a matter of months.
Whether the cryptocurrency hype makes you crypto curious or crypto skeptical, there are many ways your life could be affected by crypto’s underlying technology, blockchain.
The premise of ‘eco-friendly’ non-fungible tokens is shaky at best.
Blockchain technology can be made greener if we change the way transactions happen.
With mantras, a mysterious founder and promises of societal salvation, there are echoes of religious traditions in the cryptocurrency.
We need to think about legislation and regulation when it comes to transactions, data protection and user interaction in the metaverse.
For the metaverse to work, people need to own their virtual bodies and possessions and be able to spend money. The same cryptographic technology behind bitcoin will make that possible.
The market for cryptocurrencies has expanded dramatically in the last year. With this uptick of activity, what’s next in 2022 for cryptocurrencies?
The people in charge of museums may lack the requisite expertise to manage non-fungible tokens, and the upside is far from guaranteed.
There’s a difference between owning property and owning the copyright in that property.
Art such as the ‘Primal Expressions’ series created by chimpanzees continues to raise important questions about creative instincts in non-human animals.
If you haven’t heard of Axies yet, it’s probably about time.