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In recent years, humanoids have become the new darlings of the art world.
A discussion of NFTs and digital art theft inadvertently leads to an existential crisis over online identity.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The price tag of football players taking part in this year's European Championship has nearly doubled since the last edition, but this broadcasting rights-fuelled bubble is showing signs of deflating.
LONDON (Reuters) - Auction house Sotheby's hopes to appeal to both traditional art collectors and crypto enthusiasts with a sale of digital art in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
TikTok released an apology last June to members of the Black creator community who felt "unsafe, unsupported, or suppressed" by the app, and vowed to take steps to improve Black creators' experience on the app.
Joseph Romey Dures captures festive spirit of Hari Gawai and Pesta Kaamatan in his stamp series for Pos Malaysia
LONDON/TOKYO/NEW YORK: A rebound in bitcoin held strong on Thursday, even as the U.S. Treasury Department called for new rules that would require large cryptocurrency transfers to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Reserve flagged the risks cryptocurrencies posed to financial stability.
LONDON (Reuters) - This week's cryptocurrency price plunge eroded the dollar-based value of NFTs and raised the cost of buying and selling them, in what could be a setback for the burgeoning digital asset market. But NFT collectors are not bailing out.
TOKYO (Reuters): Bitcoin recovered marginally on Thursday (May 20) from the previous session's brutal slide to four-month lows but was weighed down by concerns over tighter regulation in China and unease over massive leveraged positions in the cryptocurrency world.
(Reuters) - Sotheby's said on Tuesday it would accept bitcoin and ethereum as payment for Banksy's iconic artwork "Love is in the Air", a first for a physical art auction and the latest sign of growing mainstream acceptance of cryptocurrencies.