Now is the time for Axie Infinity leadership and solidarity from the competitive crypto gaming industry, CoinDesk columnist Leah Callon-Butler writes.
With contributions from Filipino-American rapper Allan Pineda Lindo, the First Mint Fund helps mint NFTs for aspiring artists in Southeast Asia. Leah Callon-Butler meets volunteer-manager AJ Dimarucot.
Developed in Vietnam, Sipher is a casual-fighting game inside the Sipheria virtual world. Leah Callon-Butler discusses the project with head of partnerships Alain Dinh.
As part of our series looking at the development of the metaverse in Southeast Asia, Leah Callon-Butler talks with the co-founder of CyBall, a football-themed, NFT-based blockchain game with a play-to-earn model.
Following a community uproar, Trezor nixed plans to integrate AOPP, an open-source protocol for proving wallet ownership. The rollback changed nothing and FATF’s travel rule still bedevils users.
The CEO of Sky Mavis, the company behind Axie Infinity, is a reclusive genius. Here’s how the “play-to-earn” phenomenon got started.
Hoping to benefit from the success of the blockchain game, merchants in the Philippines are now accepting Axie’s Smooth Love Potion (SLP) token.
A cute NFT pet game called Axie Infinity is currently raking in more protocol revenue than Ethereum and Bitcoin. Filipinos are benefitting.
For artists living in remote parts of the Philippines, the rhetoric of NFT empowerment isn't empty buzzwords.