NFTs are still making a lot of headlines this week as we slowly close November. Involvement of musicians was a special focus this week as a number of different artists announced or released their projects last week. Meanwhile, at 30,000 feet in view, countries around the world continue to fight their own battles over taxing NFTs. Cryptocoin. com We take a look at the NFT developments of the week we compiled…
NFT collections that will mark the week
- Drake’s album cover photo turned into a digital collection of 10,000 tracks. Parts will be airdropped free of charge and are priced at 1 ETH on resale.
- French luxury brand Givenchy has launched 15 NFTs in Polygon in partnership with visual artist Chito. A few days away, an NFT piece in the series has already been bid for 25 ETH.
- Linkin Park Frontman is launching their NFT on Tezos. Mike Shinoda will introduce a new 5,000-piece NFT series called Ziggurats.
- Rapper Ghostface Killah unveils his 7-piece NFT collection. You can find the details in the tweet below.
- South Korea is preparing to impose a 20% tax on cryptocurrencies exceeding 2.5 million won (or roughly $2,100). This taxation will reportedly take place from next January.
- Tupac NFTs are available for sale on the OpenSea market. 18 NFTs of 17 previously unreleased photos from Tupac Shakur’s 2Pacalypse Now album are planned to hit OpenSea.
- NFT game to watch out for: Wolf Game is becoming a rising star, and CryptoPunks nearly doubled its volume last week. It just failed to beat The Sandbox and Axie Infinity.
- Art Basel Miami Beach is coming next week. It will also host Art Basel’s online ‘Mint Your Own NFT’ section. Don’t miss Jesse Woolston’s video: