Sunday, October 2

Kobe Bryant NFT, tokenized ballparks and more …

Return of Fame Lady Squad

The Fame Lady Squad (FLS), a non-expendable token (NFT) avatar project that was allegedly created by an all-female team, will relaunch today with a new team after it was discovered that three Russian men were behind the project a early this month.

The project’s NFTs represent female cartoon avatars, and the tokens have generated $ 1.9 million in total sales since their launch on the OpenSea Marketplace in mid-July.

The FLS website formerly listed three team members named Cindy, Kelda, and Andrea who had female avatars.

On August 10, Fedor Linnik, co-creator of the NFT Neural Pepe project, tweeted that he had collected “enough evidence” to connect three men to the project on August 10, specifically highlighting the pseudonymous developer “D Mefi” as one of the creators of FLS.

Following the allegations, Russian developer Max Rand also confessed to work on the project via Twitter the same day. The FLS Twitter account also confirmed the news, but did not name the third member of the team.

After facing public backlash, the founders of FLS reportedly conducted a poll on Twitter asking the community if they should hand over the project’s smart contract to a new owner, to which more than three-quarters of those surveyed voted in favor.

FLS stated that they have handed over the smart contract to well-known NFT advocate, “digitalartchick.” Digitalartchick has since passed the project on to a team of women that includes NFT collector Ashley Smith and NFT advisor Daniel Davis.

The FLS website is offline at the time of writing.

Will MLB take NFT out of the park?

As part of its partnership with the sports collectible platform NFT Candy Digital, Major League Baseball is broadcasting NFTs dedicated to 30 MLB stadiums.

The latest release was released on August 23 and features a digital illustration of PNC Stadium, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The collection includes an edition open for sale until August 28 and a single edition for auction that will close the same day.

MLB’s PNC Park NFT: Candy Digital

The one-of-one currently has a maximum bid of $ 3,050 and the highest bidder will receive two tickets to an MLB game at the stadium, a player meet and greet, the first pitch of a game, a framed print and a stadium.

MLB partnered with Galaxy Digital-backed Candy Digital in June, and this is the third installment in the MLB stadium series so far. The duo have also released collections dedicated to baseball legend Lou Gehrig and the 2020 world champions the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Kobe Bryant’s NFT

An NFT auction dedicated to NBA legend Kobe Bryant will launch tomorrow on the Cryptograph market.

The collection sections Eight one-of-one NFTs showing Bryant images captured by Hollywood photographer Davis Factor in the 1990s. According to Cryptograph, all proceeds from sales will go to the Mamba & Mambacita Sports FoundationNorth.

The foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping “underserved athletes and young women in sports.” The organization was founded in honor of Byrant and his daughter Gigi after their passing in January last year.

Kobe Bryant x Davis Factor NFT: Cryptography

AI-generated avatars get great prices

The Developers Behind EtherRocks: Tokenized Pet Rocks That Have Earned As Much As $ 610,000 each in the middle of the recent NFT bubble – they have launched a new non-expendable avatar project with synthetic human faces that have been generated using artificial intelligence.

Nftsprites comprises a series of 100 unique synthetic faces, with incumbents seeking prices between 16.5 Ether ($ 55,100) and 100 Ether ($ 334,000) for secondary sales. The NFT features strange animations in which synthetic faces move and appear to speak in the mouth.

Twitter user “Larry0x”, a smart contract developer at Delphi Digital, dismissively described the Nftsprites as “the least effort NFT project” he has come across, stating that the synthetic faces were loosely taken from another website.


Cointelegraph reported on Aug. 20 that in response to the current crisis in Afghanistan, consultancy Visualize Value launched a series of NFT “care packages,” which are intended to be sold at the estimated cost of meeting the emergency needs of a single family for a month. .

Credit card giant Visa also made headlines this week after it bought a CryptoPunk for $ 150,000.