Build in the metaverse, Limal, Single Portfolio, Women x Crypto 2.0

Since launching Bitcoin in 2008, Crypto has provided an endless amount of white space with imaginable and unimaginable market opportunities, often with mobile at the center of Art in Gaming. S2222

one wallet

The startup has built a unique portfolio architecture focused on the secure custodianship of digital assets, and has raised $4.7 million in an initial funding round. It claims to be the first wallet architecture to offer secure multi-party computing, or MPC, and multi-signature wallets, which require two or more private keys to sign and send a transaction, to secure digital assets on different blockchains. LEMING provides services to clients such as exchanges, banks and hedge funds, addressing their primary concern of maintaining primary security while maintaining compliance.

Try your best

The startup is using blockchain technology to help brands build customer loyalty without having to rely on expensive advertising purchases on third-party social media platforms. Built on the Avalanche blockchain, brands use TYB to create their own communities on the chain of loyal customers. Through TYB, these brands can reward their customers for participating in the community with virtual currencies, similar to loyalty points, which they can exchange for physical products.

When brands use platforms like Instagram to build communities, they do not have relationships with their customers and can be severely affected by advertising pricing and user interface changes across the industry.

decentralized social network

Peer is building a decentralized social network designed to be the Web 3.0 version of Facebook. Think of Facebook but… with a token that rewards creators, and users have their own data, with a different kind of business model. Peer is building his social network on top of his own blockchain which is designed to be faster than Solana and Avalanche. The utility token driving the ecosystem and reward creators will be called Peer Metaverse Coin, or PMC, which is scheduled to launch later this month in June 2022.

Thinking about what to build for the metaverse

All of this is still in its early stages, which makes it difficult to accurately predict what will create the greatest and most enduring value. However, it is still possible to think about what can generate value for users in our expanding digital space. The value of these spaces is determined by the activities that people want to do there and how the possibilities of the digital space support these activities.

People have been talking about the concept of “digital real estate” for decades. Historically, the phrase referred to a limited space, often dedicated to advertising, on a particular publisher’s website, such as the New York Times homepage. Today, people are so used to central entities and interest aggregators like Facebook and Google that own many of these spaces, that they rent them out. Digital real estate has always had value. What is different with web3 is that digital asset models such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) allow individuals to own specific digital real estate, land, and locations and not just rent them out for private or shared use.

Given that digital space, in theory, is infinitely expandable, skeptics may still question whether the concept of “owning” digital land or buildings makes sense. But metaverse platforms have their own forms of rarity: there is not much space on the wall of a digital building, for example, and thanks to geography, there are only a limited number of buildings. Close to equipment such as a virtual concert hall or a resource deposit such as a geyser… but at the same Time, distance can be less important thanks to the possibility of fast travel or teleportation. So, what matters when considering the value of converted land and real estate is how people’s activities direct their use.


Market in May for NFTs

In line with the overall performance of the crypto market, activity in the NFT markets slowed in May. Daily users and daily transactions were relatively flat at -7% and +1.1% per month, respectively. However, NFT volume saw a sharp decline with daily volume down -87.1%. Kraken has announced a waiting list for the Kraken NFT Marketplace. Kraken NFT offers gas-free fees for trading activities, and built-in tools for tracking NFT scarcity results. The National Football League (NFL) has partnered with Mythical Games to launch its own play-for-profit game that will run on the Mythical Chain protocol. The launch will begin with the sale of 32 franchises.


DC Comics launches its own NFT Market

Legendary comic book publisher DC Comics launches NFT to market. They announced a beta version of the market and it’s now live. The first projects, including the “DC Bat Cowl Collection,” are now available online. There are huge plans for DC Comics’ vast ecosystem, and the introduction of the Beta Marketplace is just the beginning. 20,000 NFT holders will vote on the story, characters, and art from DC Comics.

Book your hotel with NFT

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas customers can now buy and sell their hotel room reservations as NFT. The hotel works in partnership with Pinktada, who specialize in reservation service. Pinktada users can purchase RNT (room night codes) to book hotel rooms in the Caribbean, Mexico, San Francisco, and Hawaii using the cryptocurrency ETH. The company behind the NFT RNT hotel program believes the technology will help people have more flexibility in their travels. Canceling your vacation is stressful and there are often many terms and conditions that apply to how and when you cancel your room. In some cases, the hotel room is non-refundable. However, with NFT technology, there may be more options available.


Prada launches NFTs

Prada is one of several luxury brands launching NFTs, including Lancôme, Balenciaga, and Gucci. Luxury fashion brand Prada has launched NFTs, which are available free to those who purchase items from its Timecapsule initiative. NFT will be part of the brand’s ongoing Timecapsule initiative, originally launched in December 2019, which offers limited-edition physical products on e-commerce site Prada on the first Thursday of every month. The NFTs will give owners exclusive access to perks and experiences, all of which will be revealed in Prada’s new “Prada Crypted” Discord server, also set to launch on Thursday.


Giving Bitcoin Legal Bidding

El Salvador’s decision to legally tender for bitcoin has had repercussions around the world, and there are rumors that many other countries may follow suit. But Bitcoin efforts in El Salvador go far beyond the issue of legal giving, and this may cause some advocates to misunderstand what “legal giving” really means. El Salvador is the first but certainly not the last in this game. Bitcoin is a way to increase financial inclusion, especially when nearly everyone has access to at least one phone, even if there is only one phone per household. Mobile penetration in Latin America has reached 100%. This is enough to access the cryptocurrency market but not enough to open a bank account.

People are starting to lose faith in government and central banks. In 2001, for example, Argentina froze all bank accounts and only allowed small withdrawals from accounts denominated in peso. This was not the first time the government had taken such a measure. Unfortunately, the list of such events in Latin American history is endless. The lack of confidence in the public system led to the rise of the monetary economy. Financially excluded citizens do not want to become inclusive because they simply do not trust the banks. When you know that anytime a crisis hits and the government can freeze all of your accounts, you feel safe to keep all the money elsewhere.


BlockFi Redefines Banking

Blockfi launched in 2017 and they now have over 850 teammates with over 500,000 customers!

An interview with co-founder Florey Marques says that one of the main reasons she founded blockfi was to give people around the world greater access to financial services. Traditional financial systems have always been exclusive, striving to help women bridge the gender gap in the crypto industry through education and simple, easy-to-use products. The latest findings from the “Women x Crypto 2.0” survey show that 1 in 5 women believe crypto can help them achieve their financial goals.

Women x Crypto 2.0.0 Update

Women see cryptocurrency as a means to achieve financial goals. BlockFi asked American women about their current motivations, behaviors, and behaviors regarding crypto investing, financial well-being, and career aspirations.

  • 92% of the women surveyed have heard of cryptocurrency and one in four (24%) already own it. In contrast, 80% still find cryptocurrencies confusing and 72% think investing in them is risky.
  • One in three women surveyed plans to buy cryptocurrency in 2022. 60% of those surveyed say they plan to buy cryptocurrency in the next three months.
  • One in five women surveyed believes that cryptocurrency can help them achieve financial goals large and small – often funding a vacation, retiring in time or buying a home.
  • Bitcoin (14%), compared to gold or silver (16%) and individual stocks (13%) is the best long-term investment, although real estate is the best so far (41%). Only 4% believe that indirect financial investment is the best long-term investment.
  • In a list of some of the most popular sectors, 1 in 10 women surveyed believe that cryptocurrency is the most promising professional sector. That’s twice as many respondents who said fintech.

  • 15% of women surveyed are interested in working in the cryptocurrency space, with 1 in 10 planning to apply for a job at a crypto- or blockchain-focused company in the next year.

  • Nearly half (49%) of respondents use friends and family to find job opportunities – more than job boards, professional networking, LinkedIn and Twitter.



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