Although cryptocurrencies have experienced considerable ups and downs in the past week, nothing can stop the sharp rise of NFT. With another busy week coming to an end, a lot of things have happened in the field of NFTs. This is a brief introduction to the hot events of the week.

Bluzelle revamps itself to overcome key storage issues of NFT

Bluzelle, the decentralized data network of dApp, has undergone a large-scale transformation and launched a new updated version Bluzelle 2.0. The platform was originally a decentralized database, but it added several new modules and redesigned the brand.

In order to meet the growing demand for tamper-proof, secure and scalable storage of NFTs, Bluzelle 2.0 partnered with Mintable to add file storage to its existing services. This new feature allows you to store NFT files on its decentralized network and copy files between multiple validator nodes, thereby ensuring scalability, security and availability.

Marvel and DC artist Rob before hosting the NFT live event

The famous artist Rob Prior, known for the legendary artworks of Marvel and DC, will burn his original paintings and unveil the NFT during the NFT Livestream event held by Mogul Productions.

Rob’s paintings are inspired by the Wolf of Wall Street and show money falling from the sky. It is an expression of the future of art and NFT. During the live broadcast, this painting will be digitized as ERC1155 NFT. In addition, Rob will also unveil two of his upcoming NFT works, including a painting by Luke Skywalker from Star Wars and Deadpool ( Deadpool) interpretation.

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Enjin airdrops 50,000 unique NFTs in ads and social media posts

Enjin, the creator of the world’s leading NFT ecosystem and ERC1155 token standard, launched a unique marketing campaign to attract and attract new users. The marketing strategy called “MyFirstNFT” laid the foundation for a revolution in social media marketing.

As part of the campaign, Enjin launched 50,000 unique NFTs, which are embedded in digital ads and social media posts on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, and Instagram. All NFTs are displayed as scannable QR codes, which will activate transactions when scanned with Enjin Wallet. The campaign was a huge success because all 50,000 NFTs were claimed within 48 hours, adding 38,000 new users.

Terra Virtua launches auction for Br8ve NFT

Terra Virtua, home of digital collections, has added another unique artwork, Br8ve, to its platform. NFT includes the world’s most advanced VR headset, controller, powerful laptop, and a physically signed printed copy of the original version designed by the Finnish brand Varjo.

Br8ve NFT was commissioned by an anonymous cryptocurrency OG. The latter first revealed that Satoshi Nakamoto was not one person but eight different people. It told the story of Bitcoin.In order to bring NFT to life, digital artists Visa It took five months to convert it into a digital artwork, and then the 3D master Frank Spalteholz and the music composer worked for another six months Power 33 Eventually convert it into an exclusive VR artwork.

The current bid for the artwork is US$500,000, which is the highest bid ever in the Terra Viruta market.

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The Associated Press (AP) unveiled the NFT for the first time from its collection of 10 iconic NFTs

The Associated Press (AP) listed the first of its 10 unique NFT collections for auction on OpenSea, the world’s largest NFT market. The NFT series is called AP ARTiFACTS: The 175 series is a commemoration of this legendary news agency’s 175 years of outstanding photojournalism.

The first NFT in the series was a photo of an American soldier raising the American flag on Iwo Jima in 1945. Bidding has now begun. The famous digital artist Marko Stanojevic is behind the transformation of Pulitzer Prize-winning images into digital art.It also includes some of the rarest images clicked by AP photographer Joe Rosenthal and Nick Kennery.

From iconic images to comics, what is the next step for NFT? Can you think of other untapped niche markets? Let us know in the comments section below.

Picture Credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons, Terra Virtua, Rob Prior YouTube channel, Enjin, Associated Press

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