Luxury crypto wallets by Fendi ! 

Italian high fashion house Fendi unveiled an exclusive line of accessories for the Ledger crypto wallet at the #FendiFW22 men’s fashion show. This exclusive line of accessories belongs to the Men’s Fall-Winter 2022/2023 collection.  The crypto wallet is actually a scaled down version of the Fendi Baguette and O’lock signature designs, made of lightweight aluminum … Read more

The NFT’s game

Japanese entertainment and video game company Konami launches its NFT collection “Konami Memorial NFT Collection” on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Castlevania TV series.  This collection includes video clips, music samples and pixel art for fans of the series! And to keep future buyers a little more loyal, the NFTs will also … Read more

Celebrity calls with Burger King NFTs!

After McDonald’s and Taco Bell, it’s Burger King’s turn to launch its NFT collection! Called “Keep it Real Meals”, this NFT collection will allow buyers to benefit from many advantages such as calls with celebrities like Lil Huddy, Anitta or Nelly, with as a bonus, signed souvenirs. The American fast-food brand proposes a brand new … Read more

What if Coca-Cola went NFT?

Coca-Cola is launching its first ever digital collection. Launched on the Open Sea platform…

Adidas took its first steps into the metaverse!

On December 16 2021, Adidas announced the sale of 30,000 NFTs (non-fungible tokens) from the “Into the metavers” collection. For this operation, the brand called on several members of the crypto community including the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Punks Comics and influencer GMoney. Selling for 0.2 Ethereum (ETH), a metaverse cryptocurrency, Adidas’ NFTs are … Read more

Nike launches into the metaverse with its own virtual space: the Nikeland

In collaboration with the online game Roblox, the American brand Nike unveiled last November its new virtual space. Accessible to all Robox users, this space offers a high-definition virtual sports universe in which everything is possible! Recently associated with the start-up RTFKT (pronounced “Artifact”), Nike is already selling digital sneakers. Even more conveniently, it has … Read more