Ready, set, run. This NXT horse racing game has been linked with one of the biggest beer brands in America, while one of the biggest video game developers and publishers is dipping its toes into Play-to-Earn. Another day, another slate of NFT headlines. Let’s review some of the biggest stories in the non-fungible token space today.
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Latest Mint: Budweiser Hits Ground Jade Running
Z Run certainly sees less mainstream coverage today than it did before, but the digital horse-racing NFT project – cross-chain powered on Ethereum and Polygon – continues to underpin major partnerships, and is today just another notch in the belt. Is. Budweiser and Z Run jointly announced a new partnership across all of their channels today:
— Budweiser (@budweiserusa) 6 June 2022
Budweiser is a mainstream brand that has been particularly aggressive and sought to be a first mover in NFTs. Zed Run has worked with the likes of Stella Artois and NASCAR to create the first branded digital horse NFTs.
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Epic Games Store Adding Play-to-Earn NFT-Based Titles
The battle royale title run by ‘Grit’ in the Epic Games Store is listed as “coming soon” and is reportedly a play-to-earn game developed in partnership with blockchain gaming company Gala Games. was built in. As the traditional gaming community continues to show considerable disdain for P2E and blockchain-related engagement, critics are criticizing the title for its past performance.
‘Minty Fresh’ Tech
Bear markets ideally shake off those who only stop for money.
Short-termism is the biggest disease of NFT/web3.
— mags.eth (⬇️,⬇️) (🇺🇦,🇺🇦) (@magdalenakala) 6 June 2022
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