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Beeple Will Not Drop NFTs On Solana: Metaplex Apologizes

Solana NFT standard creators Metaplex CEO Stephen Hayes has issued apologies for a miscommunicated tweet involving Beeple. Metaplex initial tweet announced Beeple NFTs coming to the Solana blockchain. Since then, Beeple corrected the tweet stating “nothing was set or remotely agreed upon” among both parties. Read on to learn more about the exchange.

Wen Beeple NFTs On Solana?

At Solanas Breakpoint event this year, Metaplex CEO Stephen Hayes “accidentally” announced a Beeple launch on the Solana blockchain, in partnership with the Render Network. This was then disputed by Beeple stating that there had been no agreement between either parties surrounding a Beeple collection on Solana.

Stephen then went on to apologize to Beeple on Twitter later on. He stated on Twitter, “I’m here to offer my sincere apologies. It was the result of a miscommunication between the organizations involved, but these were my words in the keynote, so I should have confirmed that agreement, directly with you, was announced.” Furthermore, Hayes also apologized to fans and the community for causing further confusion.

Around this time, Jules Urbach a developer on the decentralized computing platform Render Network had also tweeted similar statements. He asked for the community to wait for the special “first look at something amazing” that they were building with Beeple. Since then, no further comments or statements have been put forward by either parties.

About Render Network

The Render Network is a unique blockchain project. The network allows people to contribute unused GPU power to help projects render motion graphics and visual effects. Render greatly simplifies the standard processes of rendering and streaming 3D environments. For using the network, users get RNDR tokens as a reward. The Render Network is one-of-a-kind building block for the future of the graphics industry.

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Nike .SWOOSH Platform Will Let Users Create Custom Wearables

The Nike .SWOOSH platform is shaking up the fashion world by allowing users to create digital wearables and mint them as NFTs. The #YourForce1 competition is running on Instagram until January 29th. Fans have the ability to submit a footwear design and, if chosen, will receive $5,000 for their work to be created into digital sneakers by Nike designers. This is a must for any Nike fan to see their design backed by the Swoosh.

The contest to work with Nike Designers runs until January 29th. Credit: Nike.

What Is The Nike .SWOOSH Platform?

The Nike .SWOOSH platform is a big move forward, as it will allow fans to create and sell their own digital wearables. The platform is built on blockchain, providing security and transparency in trades. Additionally, the platform will enable designers, artists, and everyday enthusiasts to create their own wearables and sell them through a decentralized marketplace. The Instagram competition runs until January 29th.

The .SWOOSH platform allows users to create their own designs. Credit: CoinSwitch.

Who Will Benefit From .SWOOSH?

Fans will be able to access the .SWOOSH platform directly from the Nike app. There, anyone can use a number of tools that will allow them to create their custom designs. Nike is also giving fans access to its library of designs, so that imaginations can run wild and iterations can be completed quickly. Finally, users will be able to set their own prices and receive payment directly.

Fans can sell their Nike designs directly via the Nike app. Credit: PYMNTS.com.

Nike Moves Into The Metaverse?

Nike is making big moves into the metaverse with .SWOOSH. The platform allows fans to create and sell their unique designs, all within the Nike ecosystem. Additionally, fans can join in on the #YourForce1 competition on Instagram. Winners get a chance to work with Nike designers. The competition runs until January 29th.

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NFT Funded Film Calladita Wins Top Prize At Sundance

An NFT-funded film, Calladita, has won the top prize at the Sundance film festival. The movie, directed by Miguel Faus, tells the story of Ana and “explores themes of class differences and injustice from a profound and sophisticated perspective, moving away from easy clichés and caricatures.”

Calladita is a Film3 type of movie that employs decentralized technologies to free and empower independent artists. In this case, Faus and his team financed the movie using NFTs, and by winning the Andrews/Bernard Award, it’s a dream come true.

The award was established in April of last year by Steven Soderbergh, a renown filmmaker, and Decentralized Pictures. To encourage independent filmmaking talent, he committed $300,000 in completion funds for notable English-language films and shorts, with the NFT-funded film, Calladita, representing the first film to win the award.

Speaking to Decrypt, Faus notes that Film3 represents the future of independent cinema and is the reason the movie exists. The award presented on Saturday had Faus beaming. He took to Twitter to express his joy, thanking the Decentralized Pictures Foundation, his entire team, and the more than 500 individuals who believed in his idea and bought the NFTs.

Legend Steven Soderbergh just gave us a Completion Funds award for our film CALLADITA at Sundance.

HUGE thanks to @DCP_Foundation, our whole cast & crew, and the 500+ degens that made this film possible. pic.twitter.com/Br8DFmlAzc

— miguel faus.eth CALLADITA FILM (@miguelfaus) January 21, 2023

Decentralized Pictures is a non-profit organization that seeks to discover new and innovative filmmaking talent. The platform allows filmmakers to submit movie pitches by paying a submission fee in FILMCredits (FILM), its native token. Then, platform users get to vote on which ideas receive funding from grants.

According to Leo Matchett, cofounder of Decentralized Pictures, blockchain technology doesn’t only allow the platform to “fairly and transparently determine who deserves the financing the most, but also has this incentivized behavior mechanism built into it.”

What Does The Future Hold For Film3 After NFT Funded Film Calladita Won Top Prize?

That said, funding movies using NFTs represents a new frontier for filmmaking. So far, the likes of Spike Lee and Kevin Smith have utilized them to finance films and drive engagement. At a time when most people see NFTs as nothing more than speculative assets, maybe this is the kind of use case required to prompt mass adoption. Now it’s possible for fans to fund the next blockbuster and own a piece of its success.

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NFT Influencer Break Up Raises Suspicions About Barkmeta

Trouble in paradise: the breakup of NFT influencer BarkMeta (@barkmeta) & Leah (leelahmeta) has sprung a string of allegations against the former. Leah claims that in her time with BarkMeta, she has seen and heard things that could “destroy his personal brand”.

BarkMeta: Is The NFT Influencer A Fraud?

In the Twitter thread that allegedly exposes Bark, Leah starts by claiming that she has seen and heard things in their former relationship that could destroy his reputation entirely. The first in a series of accusations claim that Bark pays an ex-WeRunCrypto employee $15,000 a month to run the account. She states that the brand Bark has built with his “800 tweets a day” strategy isn’t even written by him. Moreover, she claims that Bark has been paying this person since October 2022.

Next, she accuses Bark of running a pump and dump project – Metaluxe. Metaluxe is a collection of 10,000 digital suits. She claims that a simple Google search and DYOR will help expose the project as fraudulent. Furthermore, Leah also alleges that Bark is in huge financial debt. According to her tweets, Bark is now in a debt of at least $500,000. She claims that this is why he left for Taiwan.

Additionally, she states fellow NFT influencer @MachiBigBrother (Jeffrey Huang) promised to pay off his debt if they worked together. In her tweet thread, she links to a previously published article claiming Machi to be a scammer. Leah says that the BAYC influencer flew her and Bark to Vegas, where they were hosted at 5-star resorts and even paid extra money to gamble. She goes on to say that Machi’s “business partners” that they could be rich if Bark gave Machi a 10% cut of the project he was working on.

Leah also claims that Alex (Shillain Villain) has returned to the USA from Taiwan to legally divorce his wife and “abandon” his 10-year-old daughters. She also claims that she has photo evidence, but is under threat from Machi’s lawyers. There are  NFT Evening follows the story as it develops.

 

 

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