After yesterday’s Mint coverage around the incoming NBA NFT release, today’s drop was more… flop. Meanwhile, the long-awaited Coinbase NFT platform is finally opening it’s doors, albeit only to a limited amount of beta testers thus far.
A lot of hype with limited delivery in today’s Mint, but that’s just how the cookie crumbles sometimes. We’ll give you a quick dose of reality Monday through Friday with all the biggest stories around NFTs.
The Nightly Mint
Latest Mint: Coinbase’s NFT Platform
In a new announcement today, Coinbase shared that after first introducing Coinbase NFT last year, the company is finally rolling out the product. It started today with limited access for beta testers, based on their position on the waitlist. Ethereum, of course, is the first blockchain to be supported on Coinbase NFT; screenshots shared thus far have compared Coinbase NFT to the likes of Instagram, with profile pages, ‘followers’ and ‘following’ tabs, verified checkmarks, and comment sections. The crossover between social media and NFTs is inevitable, and Coinbase certainly could serve as the first true bridge.
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Coinbase has taken heat for it's lack of movement on it's NFT product, but critics will need to shift their critique this week, as the company has finally unveiled it's beta version to limited testers. | Source: NASDAQ: COIN on TradingView.com
A Follow Up On NBAxNFT
Yesterday’s Mint praised the NBA for being one of the most aggressive sports leagues in the growing blockchain…