Over the weekend, floor prices for Bored and Mutant Apes crashed after Yuga Labs launched its new NFT-based game HV-MTL.
A Twitter user mediated the sale of a stolen NFT back to its owner without realising that this incriminates them, too.
Yuga Labs flagship BAYC collection is holding its price, despite 71 pieces being sold off, and recent allegations of plagiarism.
Amid mounting lawsuits and customer data leaks, Yuga Labs has sold millions of dollars worth of it Sewer Pass for users to… play in faeces.
The owner of Bored and Hungry, the Bored Ape Yacht Club-themed restaurant, has hit back at reports that the eatery no longer accepts cryptocurrency.
- SBF is a convicted fraudster but is he also SushiSwap’s infamous Chef Nomi?
- FTX bankruptcy firm Sullivan & Cromwell tipped for Binance monitor role
- Craig Wright remembers smashing Satoshi’s hard drive while on sedatives
- Joe Biden’s laser eyes more ‘Dark Brandon’ than Bitcoin
- Chris Dixon offers NFT with his ‘bestseller’ — 264 of 5,000 have been claimed
- Franklin Templeton ditches laser eyes a month after bitcoin ETF approval
- Opinion: How a16z gamed the NYT Best Seller list
- The Mashinskys used Celsius to promote Strong blockchain — and it still failed
- Curve Finance ‘gentleman’s agreement’ expires, counterparties dump CRV