MINE Network, a scalable financial Metaverse solution that’s blending traditional finance with the innovation of DeFi, GameFi, and NFT’s recently launched a content creator competition in anticipation of its launch.

According to the announcement, this contest celebrates the debut of the animated explainer video for MINE Network. The giveaway will run until July 31, 2022, at which point three lucky winners will be chosen. The content welcomes participants to create and submit either a video, a meme, or a gif for a chance to win a variety of NFTs. Entrants can enter all three for a greater chance to win.

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MUSICOLOGY’s genesis NFT is set for success even in this bear market, will 5x during the MINT and create lucrative investment opportunity.

MUSICOLOGY introduced itself as a pioneer in the development of music ecosystem and metaverse concert and party platform earlier this year.

Since then it keeps developing the platform and community while bringing well needed solutions for MUSIC.

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The long awaited maxxer beta is finally live. This is an exciting opportunity for crypto enthusiasts to have a first-hand experience of the social trading exchange platform. It has been two years of waiting and finally, the product is here.

The main aim of the beta is to test the product in the market before the platform finally goes live. This will help in identifying and fixing any bugs, test the mechanics, and making improvements for a great user experience.

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101-year-old Robert McAdam, PhD, a former WWII POW and Purple Heart recipient, is the world’s oldest known collaborative NFT artist. His 3,000-piece generative NFT art collection is entitled “peace101.”

The American war veteran’s collection is planned to be auctioned in June of this year and is expected to appeal to…

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The government of Ukraine has sold a CryptoPunk NFT to raise over US $100,000, which will be used in its war efforts against Russia, Alex Bornyakov, deputy minister of digital transformation of Ukraine, has tweeted.

The CryptoPunk #5364 was donated to the ‘Aid for Ukraine’ crypto fund-raising campaign in March…

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Bitcoin dropped to $17,567 on June 18, its lowest level since November 2020. The drop below $20,000 was the first occasion in Bitcoin’s short history that it breached the all-time high made during the previous bull market cycle. Traders fear that if Bitcoin starts to trade below $20,000, it could lead to margin calls and forced liquidations. Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital, expects Bitcoin to drop to $10,000.

The selling is not limited to cryptocurrencies, United States equities markets also plunged sharply last week. The S&P 500 fell 5.8% to its worst level since March 2020 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 4.8%. Both the indices are in bear market territory. The S&P 500 is down 23% from its all-time high while the Nasdaq is off 33% from its record high.

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