Dapper Labs Releases CryptoKitties Based on Rock Band Muse
Dapper Labs, the team behind popular non-fungible token game CryptoKitties, announced it will release two Muse-inspired cat characters, one of which will be signed by the band members.
“Dapper Labs was a brain-dead fit for us to be able to further educate our young users,” Genies founder Akash Nigam said.
Dapper Labs has closed an $18 million token sale on the strength of its latest collectibles game, NBA Top Shot.
The Miami Heat's Tyler Herro is the first NBA player to provide a voiceover for a crypto game.
After selling more than $2 million in digital basketball cards during its private beta, NBA Top Shot is launching to the public.
Gamemaker Dapper Labs is using Circle's dollar-backed stablecoin USDC as a global settlement solution for its non-fungible tokens (NFTs).