A young Nigerian man revealed that he made his money from crypto with $0, saying airdrops gave him his capital. The money showed the mansion he is building.
Sports, film and music stars have all flocked to the NFT market to buy pictures of apes, endorse corporate partners or even launch their own art collections. - Solo missions - Celebrity NFT enthusiasts have gone a lot deeper into the industry than just buying ape images -- plenty have created their own NFT collections, with mixed results.
A fake 'Snoop Dogg' caused chaos in New York City after fooling investors and fans at an NFT conference as impersonator Eric Finch walked around Times Square.
A young Nigerian man minted the photographs he took of an old drummer and made over $2000. The photographer said he will give the man 50% of the whole earnings.
In a report captured by CNN, the Microsoft co-founder referenced the notion that investors can make money on worthless or overvalued assets as long as people.
Popular Ghanaian pallbearers noted for their dance moves during funerals have showed act of kindness to the people of Ukraine following the sale of their meme.