The NYSE files a trademark application for NFT trade

The world’s largest public stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), has announced that it has filed an NFT trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) February 10, with the aim of entering the world of NFT markets. According to an official statement, the application was filed by the NYSE includes virtual reality and augmented reality software, irreplaceable tokens or online markets. The NYSE hopes to offer “downloadable virtual goods” for NFTs and digital collectors, using blockchain authentication technology. “Many more NYSE NFTs are coming as we continue to welcome new, innovative companies into our

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OpenSea upgrades smart contract for inactive NFT listing

OpenSea has upgraded its smart contract and added a new one characteristic NFT listing. With the latest upgrade, the NFT market will remove inactive lists on the platform. According to an OpenSea tweet, users will migrate their NFT listing to a new smart contract. Also, the market has announced that NFT lists created before February 18 will automatically expire by February 25. For those who don’t know, OpenSea is a decentralized NFT market. Here users can buy and sell non-replaceable tokens. Moreover, NFTs are unique digital collectibles that can be anything from videos, images, sound, art, etc. In addition, it

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NFT will be instrumental for the fashion industry in the Metaverse, says a GlobalData analyst

With irreplaceable tokens (NFTs) constantly conquering the world, these digital assets are perfect for fashion in the metaverse, according to Amrita Dhami, thematic analyst at GlobalData. She noted: “While there is significant uncertainty about what the metaverse will look like, we know it will be filled with avatars. Players are already paying significant amounts of money for in-game skins, so it makes sense that metaverse visitors will also naturally invest in clothes and accessories for their avatars. ” Since NFT reflects proof of ownership of an asset such as a painting, these creations have the potential to change

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OpenSea denies hacking, calling the theft a phishing attack

Another name appears on the growing list of blockchain-related thefts. On Saturday, a group of hackers stole millions of NFTs from users on the OpenSea platform. It is unclear how the theft occurred, but OpenSea claims users have stumbled upon a phishing attack. Moreover, hackers managed to steal these NFTs from the wallet of the original owner. In addition, OpenSea has published a statement saying they were investigating the attack. In contrast, some users believe the theft was due to vulnerabilities in the NFT market. Over the past year, NFTs became quite popular. They are called non-replaceable tokens and are

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