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SAND, MANA Tokens Surged in November as Crypto Traders Bet on ‘Metaverse’ Potential
It’s not just Facebook: The metaverse has piqued interest from entities ranging from sportswear giant Adidas to Barbados’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Why Barbados’ Metaverse Embassy Matters
Some say it’s a gimmick for the island nation to buy a plot of land in Decentraland. But they’re not thinking big enough, says CoinDesk’s chief content officer. The metaverse has plenty of promise for governments.
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Barbados será el primer país en tener una embajada en el metaverso
La nación, parte de las Antillas, está trabajando con múltiples empresas del metaverso para establecer una tierra soberana digital.
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Barbados to Become First Sovereign Nation With an Embassy in the Metaverse
The Caribbean nation is working with multiple metaverse companies to establish digital sovereign land.
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What Will a Metaverse Embassy Look Like?
Barbados’ plans to claim sovereignty over digital land remain inscrutable.
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ICO Project Polymath Is Trying to Buy a Stake In a Real Stock Exchange
If one announcement summarizes the ambitions of crypto project Polymath, it might be Wednesday's acquisition of the domain Tokens.com.
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Overstock Venture Arm Invests $3 Million in Blockchain Payments Startup
Bitt, a Barbados-based blockchain payment startup, has received a $3 million investment from Overstock's Medici Ventures.
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Prime Minister's Son to Head Barbados Blockchain Startup
Barbados-based payments startup Bitt has hired Rawdon Adams, the son of an ex-prime minister, as its new CEO.
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Report: Barbados Central Bank Should Consider Holding Bitcoin
Two Barbadian economists have concluded that the country's central bank may want to consider holding a small amount of bitcoin as part of its portfolio of foreign reserves.
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Caribbean Bitcoin Exchange Launches Following $1.5 Million Raise
Barbados-based startup Bitt is launching a digital currency exchange today, having secured $1.5 million in seed funding from Avatar Capital
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