While cryptocurrencies experienced their fair share of fluctuations in the week, nothing is stopping NXT’s stratospheric rise. As another busy week ends, a lot has unfolded in the world of NXT. Here is a quick description of the major events of this week.
Bluesel reforms itself to address NFT’s serious storage problems
Bluesel, the decentralized data network for dApps, undergoes massive changes to bring a new and updated version, Bluzelle 2.0. Although it started as a decentralized database, the platform has added several new modules with a brand redesign.
To meet the growing demand for tamper-proof, secure, and scalable storage for NXT, Bluezel 2.0 has added file storage to its existing services in collaboration with Mintable. The new feature allows you to store NXT files on its decentralized network, mimicking files across multiple validator nodes, ensuring scalability, security, and availability.
Marvel and DC Artist Rob Before Hosting NXT Livestream Event
Robb’s painting inspired by the Wolf of Wall Street shows money falling from the sky. It is an expression reflecting the future of art and NXT. The painting will be digitized as ERC1155 NFT during the live stream. In addition, Rob will also unveil his upcoming two NXT drops, featuring a painting by Luke Skywalker from Star Wars and a Deadpool rendition.
50,000 unique NFTs within Enjin Airdrops advertisements and social media posts
Engin, The world’s leading NFT ecosystem and creator of the ERC1155 token standard, launched a unique marketing campaign to attract and engage new users. Dubbed as “MyFirst NXT”, the marketing strategy lays the foundation for the revolution in social media marketing.
As part of the campaign, Engin Airdoped 50,000 unique NXT, Embedded in digital advertisements and social media posts on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook and Instagram. All NXTs were displayed as scannable QR codes that activated transactions when scanned from the Engin wallet. The campaign was a resounding success as all 50,000 NXTs were claimed within 48 hours, adding 38,000 new users.
Terra Virtua opens auction for Br8ve NFT
Terra Virtua, The home of digital collectibles, added another unique artwork, Br8ve, For his stage. NFT includes the world’s most advanced VR headset, controller, a powerful laptop, and a physically signed print copy of the original version, designed by the Finnish brand Varjo.
An anonymous crypto commissioned by OG that first revealed that Satoshi Nakamoto is not one but eight different individuals, Br8ve tells the story of NFT bitcoin. To bring NXT to life, digital artists Vesa It took five months to convert to digital artwork, followed by six months of work by 3D Maestro Frank Speltholz hol And musician Mighty 33 Finally to convert it into a special VR artwork.
There is currently a $ 500,000 bid for the artwork, the highest ever bid on the Terra Viruta market.
The Associated Press (AP) unveiled NXT before its collection of 10 iconic NXTs
The Associated Press (AP) has listed the first item from its collection of 10 unique NXTs for auction. open sea, The world’s largest NFT market. Dubbed as AP Artifacts: The 175 Collection, NXT’s series celebrates the famed news agency’s extraordinary photo journalism over 175 years.
The first NXT from the collection, a photo of American soldiers raising the American flag on Iwo Jima in 1945, is now available for bidding. Famous digital artist, Marco Stanojevic, Is the man behind converting the Pulitzer Prize-winning image to digital art. It also includes some rare photographs clicked by AP photographer Joe Rosenthali With an original music composition by Nick Kennerly.
From iconic images to comics, what’s next for NXT? Can you think of any other unexplored niche? Let us know in the comments section below.
Image credit: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Vicky Commons, Terra Virtua, Rob Prior YouTube Channel, Engin, AP
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not a direct offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell a product, services, or companies, or a recommendation or endorsement of a product, services, or companies. Bitcoin.com Does not provide investment, tax, legal, or accounting advice. Neither the company nor the author is directly or indirectly responsible for any damage or loss in connection with the use or reliance of any of the materials, goods or services mentioned in this article.