We are pleased to present the bi-weekly roundup of the most recent NFT news around the world. Here we collect the most important NFT-related news featured in major media outlets over the past two weeks as well as the most recent social media posts.
NFTs have had an interesting February so far, with many celebrities and companies announcing their plans to join the metaverse and launch NFTs. Fashion Week in Decentraland is a promising event in the metaverse that will gain traction and is worth watching. This event has been covered by many media outlets.
Let’s now dive in to see who is talking and which celebrities are defending NFTs.
Fashion Week in Decentraland on Vogue
Vogue Magazine published an article about the upcoming Fashion Week in Decentraland in February 2022. This article focuses on how the event will look in the metaverse and how attendees can purchase an NFT wearable. It also explains what organizers hope to accomplish with this huge event and the large brands that will be there (yet not revealed).
Gary V stands up for NFTs at CNBC
A reporter attempts to interview Gary V and NFTs in a chat on CNBC. But, as usual, he saves it with his great rhetoric and support for technology and the community. The snippet below shows Gary’s smile at the beginning. This is rapidly becoming a viral meme within the NFT community.
Collie Buddz Loves NFTs
Rolling Stone published an article about Kanye West’s dislike for NFTs. It stated that he “only makes product in the real world.” However, Collie Buddz, the reggae legend, not only bought a Bored Ape but also posted a note regarding NFTs. Except that it states the opposite. Thanks Collie for lovin’ dem NFTs.
Snowcash featured in The Art Newspaper
Snowcash was featured on the most prestigious and well-known art media outlet The Art Newspaper. This is a tour NFT art movement. The article includes a mention of Snowcash’s Christmas party, interviews with several creators, and a review of CryptoVoxels.
PC Gamer releases an article on PUBG and NFTs
PC Gamer published an article about Krafton’s entry into the NFT space. Krafton plans to create an NFT metaverse platform and PUBG will use NFTs. Many were surprised by the news considering the backlash against NFTs in a few traditional gaming communities.