I'm releasing an automated market monitoring system, an integrated content system which sends you daily market digests, and a job board for the NFT industry.
I stumbled across Justin on Twitter back in February. The NFT space was beginning to take off and he was one of the most active NFT Twitter users I could find.
If you takeaway nothing else from this email, listen to today's podcast episode with my friend who bought 15% of of the supply of the NFT Pickle project I previously mentioned.
Like the days of the Million Dollar Homepage in which a slew of copycats launched immediately after the creator's success the same thing is happening in NFT collectibles.
This past week was bonkers as we saw a flood of new collectibles pop up and promptly sell out. Gutter Cat Gang, Super Yetis, Dream Loops, & NFTheo.
Over the past week Crypto Twitter went crazy after a number of articles declaring "The Collapse of the NFT Market" were published. NFTs are not dead.
While prices have been on the rise things changed this weekend when a couple of NFT whales jumped in to buy up the floor driving it from 0.35 to 0.7 ETH.
On Friday, a Cryptopunk was stolen by replicating the Meebits hack. An unknown hacker figured out that another project, Apymon, has an identical vulnerability.
This is my first end of day email ever but I figured I'd send it before a live Clubhouse I'm hosting with the creator of the invisible million dollar NFT I shared with you last week.
Last night the Christie's Cryptopunks auction went for $16.9 million which disappointed Cryptopunks holders for whom the over/under was $20 million.