The number of NFT-related news releases keeps rising; they include collaborations with NFTs as subjects, new collection releases, and so on.
This clearly shows that NFTs are like a river in flood and are not likely to stop anytime soon.
As a part of our NFT news weekly roundup, we will summarize the most important NFT news from this week.
1. Alethea AI Introduces Noah’s Ark: An Intelligent Metaverse Built on the iNFT Protocol
Alethea AI designed the world’s first artificially intelligent NFTs, bringing them to life through artificial intelligence. In its Noah’s Ark metaverse, iNFTs can have a nature that allows their creators to guide the development of their personalities.
Interactions, collaborations, and competition between Noah’s Ark visitors and iNFTs can further shape (fine-tune) the character of iNFTs. The higher an iNFT’s Intelligence Level is, the more intelligence it can receive.
If iNFTs gain more experience, learn from others, or participate in the Intelligence Mining games, they will be more likely to earn ALI Token rewards as their outputs become more relevant to their personalities, giving users the possibility to earn.
2. OneOf and The Recording Academy Partner To Release Commemorative GRAMMY Award NFTs
OneOf, a leading music NFT platform, has partnered with The Recording Academy, the respected American learned academy for musicians, to launch commemorative NFTs for the 64th, 65th, and 66th GRAMMY Awards.
These NFTs will celebrate the GRAMMY Awards, nominees, and winners with collectibles, including tokens based on the iconic GRAMMY award produced by world-renowned crypto artists.
The NFT collection will be revealed ahead of the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards on April 3, 2022.
3. Cybersecurity Company WISeKey Launches New NFT Service for Luxury Watches
WIseKey, a leading global cybersecurity company, has announced a new NFT service for luxury and vintage watches.
WISEKey’s NFT technology generates Watch Birth Certificates, which are digital identities that can be converted into NFTs.
The Watch Birth Certificate is signed or ‘certified’ by a trusted authority and contains basic information such as the date and time of manufacture (birth), the company (parents), and the type of product.
Using this method, the company establishes an irreversible link between the digital asset and a physical object, and provides proof of ownership, provenance, and a set of contracts detailing future use and monetization.
4. First-Ever Voice NFT Sold Out In Just Ten Minutes
Voiceverse Origins, the world’s first voice NFT collection, went on sale on January 29th with 8,888 NFTs and sold out within 10 minutes.
Voiceverse was founded by three BAYC members with a mission to pioneer a new type of NFT with high intrinsic utility, enabling holders to bring their voice into the metaverse.
Voice NFT holders can use their voices in metaverse spaces (games, video calls, etc. ), mix different voice NFTs to create new voice NFTs, or add voice NFTs to their existing PFP NFTs.
5. Disney Seeks to Expand its Efforts in the NFT Space by Hiring NFT Experts
Disney was one of the first large companies to enter the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The company has recently decided to start searching for NFT specialists to further enhance its efforts in this field.
The new employee will be responsible for Disney’s efforts in the NFT space, including monitoring changes in the market, setting category strategies, and managing key partners.
6. GameStop Teams Up with Immutable X To Launch Its Own NFT Marketplace
GameStop will launch its own NFT marketplace by collaborating with Immutable X, the first layer 2 protocol in Ethereum that focuses on NFTs.
In addition, the partnership will generate a $100 million fund using Immutable X’s IMX tokens in order to provide grants to creators of non-fungible token (NFT) content and technology.
7. Paris Hilton Launches Her New NFT Collection in Collaboration with Superplastic
Paris Hilton has collaborated with Superplastic to release of a series of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Origin Story marketplace dubbed “Paris: Past Lives, New Beginnings.”
These digital collectibles indicate the end of one chapter in Paris Hilton’s life and the beginning of a new one. Drop embodies the theme of reclaiming power, speaking the truth, and celebrating a once-in-a-lifetime romance.
8. Video App Cameo Launches “Cameo Pass” NFT Collection
Cameo has released its “Cameo Pass” NFT collection, which is a collection of Ethereum-based NFTs that work as tickets to gain access to exclusive experiences.
Cameo Pass NFT holders will have access to live and online events, including parties at the Cameo House in Beverly Hills, meet-and-greet opportunities, and online Q&A sessions with celebrities.
9. David Guetta Enters the Metaverse by Hosting a Virtual DJ Party on Roblox
Yesterday, David Guetta entered the metaverse by hosting a virtual DJ party on on virtual game platform Roblox.
The experience allowed fans to participate in a dance battles, solve puzzles that unlocked special abilities, and purchase virtual merchandise.
10. NBA Unveils “NBA All-Star” NFT Collection to Honor the League’s 75th Anniversary Season
In honor of the league’s 75th anniversary season, the NBA has announced its “NBA All-Star” NFT collection.
Each NFT will feature a different memorable court, such as the NBA All-Star 1966 court from Cincinnati Gardens and the NBA All-Star 1981 court from Richfield Coliseum.