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The IRS thinks you might not be paying taxes on your NFTs and they are probing the dark web to investigate. An actual house is an NFT now. And the NFT game market is booming as startups raise millions of dollars.
Jake Paul’s NFT sale didn’t go gangbusters. Major League Baseball cards have finally arrived as NFTs. And Blockchain Heroes make their first appearance on Ethereum.
If you like digital collectibles, you’re in the right place for episode #49 of the mostly unlistenable Nifty Show.
ARTICLES MENTIONED IN SHOW:
- Animoca Brands sells ~$9.28m of NFTs in three days for F1® Delta Time and The Sandbox
- Edward Snowden's NFT sold for $5.5 million at auction for charity
- IRS is probing the dark web to look for cryptocurrency, NFT tax evasion
- Cutting-edge governance system comes to established crypto game
- NFT Game Market Booms as Startups Raise Millions of Dollars
- Topps to launch NFT baseball card series in partnership with Major League Baseball
- Jake Paul NFT Fail: A Sign Of Things To Come?
FUNNY WTF NFTs
- HOW AN AD COLLECTOR PAID $2 FOR A PRINGLES NFT, AND SOLD IT FOR CLOSE TO $1,500
- Artist Sells NFT of Single Pixel for $1.7 Million
- 'Leave Britney Alone' Viral Video Sells as NFT for $44,000
- It’s almost touching that the NFT world sees itself as radical
- April 21st // Jay & Silent Bob Smokin’ Tokens - semkhor.io
- April 21st 12 PM ET // Nifty.deals/elite Bitcoin Elite Collection - https://www.thebitcoinelite.com/
- April 24th, 1:37 PM // DontBuyMeme.com
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