Coinbase NFT Releases New Features as It Struggles to Attract Traders

Coinbase NFT is giving its small number of users more new features.

Since its public beta launch at the beginning of May, the cryptocurrency exchange’s NFT marketplace has gotten a number of improvements. Coinbase NFT has added a “Bulk Manage” feature, a “Liked” tab, the ability to change list prices, a “Insights” page, and a “Notifications Hub.”

It has also included rarity criteria, time-delayed listings, a “Following” feed, and the option for users to link up to ten crypto wallets to a single Coinbase NFT account, among other things.

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DecentWorld User Made $1M From NFT Trading In A Day After The Secondary Market Launch

DecentWorld has had a crazy week. Even though the Secondary Market has only been open for two days, users have already made millions of dollars trading NFTs, which has never been done before in such a short amount of time.

A user named YB46 just made more than $1 million by selling his South Las Vegas Boulevard NFT to another user named SomneukChina. SomneukChina paid $1.25 million for the digital street.

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Optimism NFT Marketplace Hacked for $100,000 in ERC-20 Tokens

Quixotic, a marketplace for NFTs that runs on Ethereum’s layer-2 scaling solution Optimism, said that its platform has a security hole. All NFTs on Quixotic are safe and not affected by the exploit, the market said.

Apetimism, a community-driven NFT, saw a breach in Optimism’s Quixotic marketplace earlier today. Apetimism quickly sent out a tweet to let the community know that there might be a hack on Quixotic. A bad person went after the “Offer” feature and stole nearly $100,000 worth of ERC-20 tokens from Quixotic.

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Hundreds of Bored Ape owners sign up to hire out their NFTs to brands

Hundreds of Bored Ape owners have joined a new licensing marketplace for nonfungible tokens (NFTs) that lets holders rent their Apne’s IP to brands.

Mouse Belt Labs, a blockchain accelerator, created a marketplace called Boredjobs. It says that all 10,000 BAYC NFTs will be listed on its website so that brands can look through them and “indicate interest in hiring for campaigns.”

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No One Bought Chevrolet's 2023 Corvette Z06 NFT

During a four-day bidding period from June 20–24, the Corvette Z06 NFT that Chevrolet attempted to sell off got zero offers. This was Chevy’s first foray into the booming industry of non-fungible tokens, but not even a real-life 2023 Corvette Z06 included in the sale could redeem this NFT.

The auction was for a “one-of-a-kind curated NFT artwork” of the future Corvette Z06 by artist xsullo. The car’s “Minted Green” paint was what set it apart, and Chevrolet even said that the color would not be used in any production variant of the 2023 Corvette Z06. Minted Green could wind up becoming a Z06 option anyhow, since that the Corvette NFT auction has failed.

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FEWOCiOUS Teams Up With Billboard for ChartStars NFT Drop

Following his appearance on the cover of Billboard earlier this month, FEWOCiOUS is joining up once more for another bright, artistic release.

Billboard announced a new cooperation with FEWOCiOUS, the creative alias of viral NFT artist Victor Langlois, on a forthcoming exclusive digital collectible for Billboard ChartStars on Thursday (June 30).

Owners of the new project, which is slated to be released in late July, will gain access to FEWOCiOUS Paint Parties, a ticket to an exclusive Billboard event, and an invite to Billboard’s secret ChartStars Discord server. Only 250 limited edition pieces will be made.

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Khabe Lame partners with Binance

Binance has announced a relationship with TikTok’s most followed celebrity, @khaby00, after their cooperation with Instagram’s most followed person (@cristiano). Binance and Khaby Lame have joined up to bring crypto education to the masses, as well as to create an NFT collection and dispel Web3 fallacies.

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