Starbucks & Tiffany & Co Entering NFT Space & Solana Attacked
Starbucks teases NFTs & Web3 rewards, Ledger sells out their NFT launch, Solana attacked costing users more than $5 million. Plus, Tiffany & Co is selling CryptoPunk pendants for a measly 30 ETH. Instagram is in the news again announcing they are adding the FLOW blockchain NFTs. Big brands are entering the NFT space & we love it! What does it all mean for the future of NFTs?
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- Starbucks NFT and Web3 rewards program updates coming next month
- Ledger NFTs Sell Out In Just 24 Hours After Launch
- Ongoing solana attack targets thousands of crypto wallets, costing users more than $5 million so far
- Jewelry Giant Tiffany & Co to Sell CryptoPunk NFT Pendants for Ethereum
- Instagram Adds Flow Blockchain NFTs, FLOW Token Pumps 44%
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