It started with CryptoKitties, but it keeps getting weirder. CoinDesk takes you on a wild ride through the world of non-fungible tokens.
CryptoKitties will first roll out its new mobile application on select HTC devices by the end of this year.
By moving to open-source more of the CryptoKitties codebase, the ethereum-based startup is making its project more of a true decentralized app.
The most popular dapps face unique barriers to full decentralization that don't have much to do with the normal scaling complaints about ethereum.
Startup Arianee believes the token technology can be used to help luxury brands create unique identities for bespoke handbags and expensive watches.
When Wells Fargo thinks your video game company is a money services business, it's time to start educating people in other fields about blockchain.
The crypto industry is buzzing about NFTs, non-fungible tokens, because it's clear CryptoKitties and its clones just might make the tech mainstream.
Bella's Kitty Den, a CryptoKitties marketplace, raised over $15,000 by auctioning donated collectible kitties for the Seattle Children's Hospital.
The number of crypto collectables, like CryptoKitties, is growing and investors think a marketplace for their trade is a good bet.
NBA star Stephen Curry is launching the first celebrity-branded CryptoKitty, with two more on the way.