Profile avatars emerged from a long tradition of artists expressing themselves through code, math and randomness. This article is part of CoinDesk’s Culture Week.
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How crypto is changing media and entertainment – and forging its own culture. Sponsored by Nexo.
The crypto-backed social club is looking to remain accessible to the creators it wants to attract.
Music NFTs are about to disrupt an industry full of gatekeepers and middlemen.
The way the hip-hop artist and Zora community manager sees it, NFTs’ benefits are well worth the gas fees.
ConstitutionDAO was just the start. The range and ambition of DAOs is only growing.
Cathy Hackl, aka “the Godmother of the Metaverse,” on how crypto-oriented virtual worlds can be useful for marketers.
What does it mean to write a memoir about a group of NFT avatars that kind of exists but kind of doesn’t? The author of “Pickup Artists” (and nine other books) tells Jeff Wilser. This article is part of CoinDesk Culture Week.
Crypto communities are playing a big series of “live action role playing games,” and they’re changing how we organize and interact across digital and physical spaces. This post is part of Crypto 2022: Culture Week.
Different cryptocurrency networks will form distinct societies.
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Next year, the NFT market will broaden and migrate towards quality, said one collector.
To think through the cultural practices and evolution of a DAO, we present a thought experiment on the life of a DAO, from birth to death to resurrection.
A ‘90s kid reflects on seeing how iconoclastic rappers changed the world. And how that energy is now in Web 3.
“I think that’s what audiences want, right?” writer and founder of freelance payments system OutVoice, Matt Saincome said.
The leading stablecoin project still hasn’t published its March report attesting to its reserves. Following Terra, investors have a right to more timely information, says our columnist.
The latest innovations in blockchain technology are enabling creators to earn more from their work and achieve an unprecedented level of autonomy.
The trail for a monetary "Holy Grail" continues, despite Terra’s collapse. So what do we do about it?