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LONDON (Reuters) - After a frenzied first quarter for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), the market for blockchain-based digital assets ranging from art and videos to songs and tweets slowed in April, platform and product data shows.
Asia’s most valuable company has set its sights on a billion-dollar eSports arena that already boasts more regular viewers than the National Basketball Association or the National Football League.
Cryptocurrency tokens are being used to solve a perennial problem for digital collectibles, including art and animation – proof of ownership for mediums that are easily copied.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey is selling his first tweet at auction, with bidding on March 6 reaching US$2mil (RM8.14mil) in a sign of the appetite for virtual objects authenticated through blockchain technology.
Fans are spending thousands to buy moments or short videos of professional stars like Lebron James in a new virtual market for collectors.
Whether in a pickup game of basketball or a summer football league, US cops have long challenged teenagers to battles of athletic prowess.
Want to hear Dolly Parton reflecting on her career, family, and growing up in rural Tennessee during your daily walk? Then slip on your sneakers and tune in to Apple's freshly launched "Time to Walk" podcast series.
When China’s two big mobile powers clashed publicly on New Year’s Eve, the stock of a little-known gaming company surged the most ever, minting a new billionaire in 38-year-old maverick entrepreneur Huang Yimeng.
The assignment was to capture in photographs what already weighed heavily on most everyone’s mind: The way the coronavirus pandemic had altered their lives.
The box looked like an old VCR, the controller was comically large, and it was made by one of the most boring companies on earth. Somehow, the Xbox triumphed and gave Microsoft Corp the first-and last-successful video game console brand from an American company since Atari.