The Nightly Mint: Daily NFT Recap
Ready, set, run. This NFT horse racing game just paired with one of
the biggest beer brands in U.S. while one of the biggest video game
developers and publishers is dipping their toes in play-to-earn.
Another day, another slate of NFT headlines. Let’s review a few of
the biggest stories in the non-fungible token space today. The
Nightly Mint Latest Mint: Budweiser Hits The Ground Zed Running Zed
Run certainly sees less mainstream coverage today than it has
previously, but the digital horse-racing NFT project – powered
cross-chain on Ethereum and Polygon – continues to nail down major
partnerships, and today is simply another notch in the belt.
Budweiser and Zed Run jointly announced a new partnership today
across their channels: Budweiser is now the official beer of
@zed_run pic.twitter.com/XuxmGZ1tQ5 — Budweiser (@budweiserusa)
June 6, 2022 Budweiser is a mainstream brand that has been
especially aggressive and has sought to be a first-mover in NFTs.
Zed Run has previously worked with the likes of Stella Artois and
NASCAR to create branded digital horse NFTs. Related Reading | Aave
Broke Past Crucial Resistance, Which Way Is It Headed Now? Polygon
(MATIC) is a native chain for Zed Run and a growing competitor in
the P2E space. | Source: MATIC-USD on TradingView.com Epic Games
Store Adding Play-To-Earn NFT-Based Title A battle royale title
that goes by ‘Grit’ in the Epic Games Store has been listed as
“coming soon” and is reportedly a play-to-earn game that was
created in partnership with blockchain gaming company Gala Games.
Critics have been slamming the title for it’s past showing, as the
traditional gaming community continues to show quite a bit of
disdain towards P2E and blockchain-related engagement. The ‘Minty
Fresh’ Take Bear markets ideally shake out those who stop by solely
for the money. Short-termism is NFT's/web3's biggest disease. —
mags.eth (⬇️,⬇️) (🇺🇦,🇺🇦) (@magdalenakala) June 6, 2022 Related
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Again, What’s Next? Featured image from Pexels, Charts from
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affiliated with any of the parties mentioned in this article. This
is not financial advice.
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