Opera’s crypto browser is launching a non-volatile token (NFT) creation feature. Now creating an NFT will be as easy as dragging and dropping a picture on the browser. It generates a basic smart contract and uploads its content to the Blockchain. The company partnered with Alteon Launchpad to develop NFT’s feature, a cloud-based ecosystem for creators.
“Opera Crypto Browser is a private and secure way to explore Web 3.0. With Alteon LaunchPad, we’re giving users the opportunity to freely contribute to this ecosystem. Now, our users can create NFTs instantly and easily with no platform fees, allowing more people to join the growing They can encourage the NFT industry to explore,” Susie Batt, Crypto Ecosystem Lead at Opera, said in a press release.
The 3AC liquid saga
About $35.6 million in the country’s bank accounts belonging to the defunct cryptocurrency hedge fund has been seized three months after Three Arrows Capital Liquidators received permission from Singapore’s High Court.
Liquidator Teneo, which was ordered by a court in the British Virgin Islands, seized most of its funds after Three Arrows collapsed in July, leaving it with a $3.5 billion deficit. Liquidators also collected $2.8 million in forced investor redemptions as well as an undisclosed amount of cryptocurrency.
Alameda achieved good results due to FTX’s high profit trading
Alameda Research suffered a $1 billion loss last year due to high trading volume in FTX. Financial Times He said in the report, citing people familiar with the situation.
In the year In early 2021, a client used mobilecoin, a little-known token used to pay for the messaging app Signal, soared from $6 to nearly $70 in seconds, revealing some gaps in FTX’s financial stocks. according to Financial TimesThe traders use the position to borrow on FTX, which allows them to withdraw money from the exchange.
Galaxy Digital gets the GK8
Galaxy Digital, a cryptocurrency-focused financial services firm, has won a bid to buy GK8, a self-managed crypto platform from bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network, Galaxy said in a press release on December 2, 2022.
Terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed, but Galaxy spokesman Michael Wurstorn said it is significantly less than Celsius paid a year ago. Celsius paid $115 million to acquire GK8 in November 2021.
Apple rejected the latest Coinbase update
Apple has rejected the latest update to Coinbase’s Self-Custody Wallet app, to prevent iOS device users from sending non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Coinbase Wallet said in a series of tweets that Apple wants the updated software to disable the feature that allows users to transfer NFTs.
“You may have noticed that you cannot send NFTs on Coinbase Wallet iOS. It’s because Apple blocked our last app until we disable the feature,” Coinbase said on Twitter.