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Nukes, NFTs and Meta’s income tax –

Hello, and welcome Chain Reaction, where we will bring you up to date with what’s going on in the amazing world of crypto every week so you don’t have to join 1,000 Discord chats or follow any hexagonal-profile-effects on Twitter yourself – at least, not if you don’t want to . Don’t take it from us, take it from my friend Amandawho said:

This week, we take a look at our first section, in which we discuss three key news topics, one of which is Coinbase’s NFT market opening. Many crypto exchanges besides the OpenSea family name are trying to make NFTs wax, and each inserts the idea itself to try and attract users. We talked about several companies in this area and gave our thoughts on one of their most daring strategies they are likely to offer.

Meanwhile, alarming news, apparently a North Korean pirate group is behind the 6 $ 625 million Axie Infinity hack – the biggest in DeFi’s history – and they are likely to use the money to help the country build its app. nuclear weapons. Small crypto remittances with unsecured security measures vs. Wealthy states are not the war we want to see.

In a nutshell, we also took some time to bake Meta plans to charge exorbitant customer fees for selling digital products in its Horizon Worlds cycle.

Our guests: 3LAU

Our guests this week, 3LAU (known as Justin Blau Theater), is an electronic music DJ who sold one of his NFT albums last March before the NFTs routinely ordered large sums of money. Sales brought in $ 11.6 million in 24 hours (!!!), so it is safe to say that 3LAU has a good idea of ​​what creates the project’s hype.

If you are new to web3, this event will be interesting for you. 3LAU can switch between the cold entertainment world and the tech world seamlessly (it was popular for the first time it went into crypto when it was on a spring break for the Winklevoss twins).

In our discussion on the board, he taught us different types of NFT beyond just monkey JPEGs, how blockchain can help independent artists and NFT parties around the world can even make even the big NFT the same as itself lift the eyebrows.

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