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With promises to pay people to walk, a group of new startups ask you to trust that they aren't unsustainable pyramid schemes. “Everything is a Ponzi when you’re on the sidelines,” one happy user said.
SEXN promises to pay you in crypto when you're having sex—and it's already making money, even if it hasn't delivered anything yet.
A hacker stole $300,000 from blockchain-based mobile game WonderHero, just a few days after the massive hack targeting play-to-earn Axie Infinity.
Axie Infinity developer Sky Mavis announced a $150 million funding round led by crypto companies Binance and Animoca Brands, as well as VC firms.
Managers in play-to-earn game Axie Infinity employ large teams of “scholars” who can’t afford their own NFTs even as the game’s economy spirals.
Ronin, a blockchain that supports the popular Ethereum-based play-to-earn game Axie Infinity, has been hacked for over half a billion dollars.
The new service is launching this summer with a web3 style wallet where users watch ads to earn credits for movies.
VulcanForge becomes the third cryptocurrency company to be hit by hackers this month. In total, hackers have stolen more than $400 million.
Major game publishers told investors recently that blockchain-based, "play-to-earn" NFT games are the future of the industry. What does that mean?