“There was no history of my ever purchasing it, or ever owning it,” said one confused NFT buyer. “Now there’s nothing. My money’s gone.”
Mark Cuban sold a GIF for more than $81,000. Someone bought a JPEG for $650,000. A digital land title in a game sold for $1.5 million. What are NFTs?
Was it simply a catastrophically expensive mistake, or something more nefarious? The mining pool is holding on to the fee in case the sender speaks up.
Virgil Griffith has been arrested for allegedly giving a presentation on cryptocurrency in North Korea, where discussion touched on evading sanctions. Griffith maintains his presentation contained basic concepts that could be found online.
Now you can literally sweat over your investment—if you don't work out, you lose your cryptocurrency.
Goatse.cx's latest play with virtual money is selling pixel space for ether, the Ethereum blockchain's native token.
Bunz is taking a page out of the Bitcoin playbook, bucking the industry trend of “if you build it, they will come.”
A recent UN climate report said that if global temperatures rose above 1.5 C it could lead to catastrophic climate change. Bitcoin alone could raise global temperatures by 2 C within two decades.
'Fomo3D' is a controversial and popular Ethereum application, and the lottery's winner may have clogged the blockchain itself to win.