NFT market updates from 2/07/2022

1.Bored Ape Yacht Club #8848: 417.81K

2.Bored Ape Yacht Club #8736: 409.02K

3.Azuki #3259: 390.36K

4.Bored Ape Yacht Club #9774: 347.22K

5.Bored Ape Yacht Club #4444: 329.5K

1.LooksRare: 445.28M

2.OpenSea: 107.9M

3.Magic Eden: 5.91M

4.Axie Infinity: 2.49M

5.CryptoPunks: 1.79M

The online resale marketplace offers customers the chance to buy digital tokens associated with limited-edition sneakers.

The lawsuit, filed Thursday in New York federal court, is the latest dispute involving a brand over the sale of products known as nonfungible tokens, or NFTs.

Nike said the sale of NFTs based on recently released iterations of sneakers such as Nike Dunks and Air Jordans “are likely to confuse consumers, create a false association between those products and Nike” and dilute its trademarks, according to the suit. NFTs act as vouchers of authenticity on the blockchain for goods.

Personalized video app Cameo announced Cameo Pass, an NFT-based community “of Cameo talent and fans along with web3 enthusiasts,” the company says. Starting on February 17, fans can mint a Cameo Pass for 0.2 ETH — about $550 at the time of publication — which provides access to limited release artworks, exclusive in-person and virtual events and early access to new Cameo features.

The collection of NFTs will be hosted on OpenSea, featuring art by Burnt Toast of the Doodles collection, Vinnie Hager of the Letters collection and artist Luke McGarry, who sells personalized artwork through his Cameo.

Coinbase partnered with Rolling Stone, a popular music magazine. The American crypto exchange firm accepted the publishing company’s offered collaboration so that they can both offer a new limited edition NFT collection.

The U.S.-based culture magazine also announced the return of its Rolling Stone Live event. Once this event takes place, the new NFT collectibles, designed by 12 popular digital artists in the blockchain space, will be unveiled as well.

The virtual badges, in traditional Chinese ink painting style, depict speed skating, aerial freestyle skiing, slopestyle and figure skating.

Alibaba’s Winter Olympics digital collectibles are only available to mainland Chinese residents over the age of 14 years, and owners are “barred from using the digital collectibles for any commercial purpose”, according to the company.

Even state-run Xinhua News Agency has jumped on the bandwagon. On Christmas Eve, it gave away more than 100,000 digital collectibles, featuring news photos from “historical moments in 2021”.

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