Chinese social networking firm Inkeverse is continuing its push into the metaverse with the launch of a new social product for overseas markets called "The Place."
Chinese artist Huang Yuxing’s Meta-morphic genesis NFT collection serves to share more closely his thought process and the power of his art. The collection is fully supported by LiveArt.
On September 21, the Shanghai Tree-Graph Blockchain Research Institute released Conflux OS, a new self-developed operating system that provides underlying code support for the cultivation of a Web3 application ecology in China.
On September 7, 2022, LiveArt announced its launch of "Meta-morphic," a genesis Generative Art, multi-chapter NFT collection from Huang Yuxing, a world-renowned contemporary artist.
The digital collection platform owned by Tencent Music Entertainment Group is currently in a state of near shutdown. The company said that the digital collection plate is still in the evaluation and planning stage, and subsequent moves will be unveiled in the future.
Huang Yuxing is one of the most sought-after contemporary artists. The "Meta-morphic" NFT collection, launched by Huang Yuxing and LiveArt, was born from the influence of natural philosophy on his art.
Tencent Cloud announced on September 13 its signing of a memorandum of understanding with Strange Universe Technology, a Singapore-based Web3 company, involving the creation of an immersive and integrated platform.
So far, a recorded 26 A-share listed companies in China have become involved in digital collections, the country's version of NFTs. Among these firms, only three have announced the revenue related to this innovative business.
Project Galaxy announced on September 6 that it will be changing its name and logo to Galxe. Right before the announcement, Pandaily interviewed its co-founder, Harry Zhang. Zhang went through his own Web3 journey and introduced his ambitious vision for the future.
Huobi, one of the world's leading crypto exchanges, on September 6 terminated trading services for seven privacy tokens, which will begin to be delisted on September 19 in order to achieve compliance with tightening financial regulation around the world.
Animoca Brands, a leader in digital entertainment, blockchain, and gamification, announced on September 8 that it has closed a strategic investment round totaling $110 million.
Mysten Labs, a Web3 infrastructure company and developer of the Sui Layer 1 blockchain, announced its completion of a $300 million Series B funding round on September 8. This fresh capital values the company at more than $2 billion.
On September 8, fintech giant Ant Group's digital collection platform Jingtan officially launched an "entity customization" function, allowing users to customize some digital collections into derivative objects.
Web3 energy company Tesseract has raised $78 million in a funding round with participation from Balderton, Low Carbon, Ribit Capital, former Formula One driver Nico Rosberg and others.
Video game retailer GameStop announced on September 7 that it has entered into a partnership with FTX US, one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges. GameStop's shares, which are down 35% this year, rose 11% in extended trading.
Blockchain-focused incubator, investor and adviser PANONY has closed a Series A funding round backed by NGC Ventures, one of Asia's largest crypto investment firms, boosting it to a valuation of $100 million.
Project Galaxy, a Web3 digital credential data network, announced on September 6 that it has rebranded as Galxe, aiming to show that it has developed from a project into an ecosystem.
Crypto derivatives exchange FTX said on September 5 that it will suspend deposits and withdrawals of Terra Classic (LUNC) and TerraClassicUSD (USTC), and delist Anchor Protocol (ANC) tokens, starting from September 12.
To prepare for the Ethereum Merge and secure the allocation of forked tokens in the case of a chain split, Binance said on September 5 that it would suspend deposits and withdrawals for Ethereum (ETH) and Wrapped Ethereum (WETH) on multiple networks.
Ever since Huanhe, a digital collection platform owned by Tencent, stopped distribution on August 16, Tencent Music Entertainment's digital collection platform has also attracted users' attention. Some have demanded a refund like Huanhe.