Browsing the "CryptoKitties" Tag

Blockchain Gaming: Separating Signal from the Noise

| Devin Finzer

Games frequently serve as an experimental playground for new technology, writes Devin Finzer.

Beyond CryptoKitties: 10 Trends That Defined the Year in Crypto Gaming

| Brian Flynn

From advances in art trading to setbacks for celebrities on the blockchain, it was a year of serious building for the crypto collectable market.

Cute Cats Power Serious $15 Million Funding for CryptoKitties Creators

| Brady Dale

CryptoKitties' latest funding round means it has raised $27 million this year. Fur real!

Crypto Investing May Have Finally Met Its Tinder Match

| Brady Dale

Meet Jeff Morris, Jr., who's the director of product at online dating provider Tinder, but also a venture capitalist in the crypto space.

CryptoKitties By the Dozen: OpenSea to Bundle Collectibles for Easy Sales

| Brady Dale

With a new feature called "bundles," the OpenSea marketplace says its sellers can offer crypto collectibles at better prices.

Non-Believable Tokens: The 7 Strangest Crypto Collectibles Explained

| Brady Dale

It started with CryptoKitties, but it keeps getting weirder. CoinDesk takes you on a wild ride through the world of non-fungible tokens.

CryptoKitties to Debut Mobile App on HTC’s Flagship Phone

| Wolfie Zhao

CryptoKitties will first roll out its new mobile application on select HTC devices by the end of this year.

Keeping Ethereum’s Promise: CryptoKitties Is Embracing Open-Source

| Leigh Cuen

By moving to open-source more of the CryptoKitties codebase, the ethereum-based startup is making its project more of a true decentralized app.

Decentralizing Popular Dapps Isn’t Just a Scaling Problem

| David Floyd

The most popular dapps face unique barriers to full decentralization that don't have much to do with the normal scaling complaints about ethereum.

Fur Real? Businesses Test CryptoKitties-Inspired Ethereum Tech

| Ian Allison

Startup Arianee believes the token technology can be used to help luxury brands create unique identities for bespoke handbags and expensive watches.