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.
CryptoKitties will break away from its developer, Axiom Zen, after raising $12 million of venture capital.
Xiaomi, one of China's biggest smartphone makers, quietly launched its own CryptoKitties knock-off this morning.
Ubisoft, the company behind Assassin's Creed and Just Dance, is exploring applications of blockchain for video games.
Only a week. That's how long Crypto All Stars, an ethereum-based collectable game modeled off CryptoKitties, lasted once founder in-fighting started.
CryptoKitties may be the best-known ethereum app, but other games are fast winning users and registering notable volumes for expensive collectables.