The Nightly Mint: Daily NFT Recap

Another brand puts its money where its currency is. And so is another festival. We’re closing the week off strong with the latest Nightly Mint, and no matter what time of day it is for you, we’re closing a day’s worth of NFT action for Friday, March 4.

Let’s take a look at the last one.

The Nightly Coin

SXSW with a festival NFT

In an announcement today highlighting the merchandise offerings at South By Southwest (SXSW) 2022, the Austin, TX festival shared that there will be hats, T-shirts, tote bags, posters and, of course, NFTs. The fest will release their own PFP character titled ‘SXSCritter’ according to today’s release, next week on March 11

Latest Mint: CVS Next On The Block

Brands have been pouring into NFTs for the past year now, and the latest non-traditional brand to do so is seemingly health food retailer CVS Health. A submit trademark application of late February was unveiled today, revealing that the brand plans to trademark its logo for use in virtual goods, NFTs, an online store and more.

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Brian Trunzo, the metaverse lead of Polygon (MATIC), told ETHdenver that he believes retailers entering NFTs are just the beginning, and that he “thinks everything that can become an NFT will become an NFT.” † Source: MATIC USD on

The ‘Minty Fresh’ Take

Not the latest iteration of the coin, but… despite the high hopes surrounding Pixelmon, it seems that the fruits of the labor have only been lied in “Kevin” memes. Unhappy. As the trailblazing crypto sleuth @zachxbt points out, the Pixelmon team appears to be securing the bag. The Pixelmon team’s social accounts still insist that they will get through the project.

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