Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, Meta NFTs Winding Down, Starbucks Odyssey NFTs, and Nissan's Web3 Innovation

In today's episode, we'll be discussing some major developments in the NFT space, including the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank & what you need to know about Signature Bank. We'll also be diving into the news that Meta is winding down its NFT efforts, leaving many wondering about the future of NFTs. On top of that, we'll be exploring the exciting new NFT drop from Starbucks Odyssey and Nissan's doubling down on Web3 innovation. And for those of you with a love for nostalgia & NFTs, we'll be telling you all about the upcoming Sesame Street NFTs that you won't want to miss. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into the world of NFTs.



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