The Nightly Mint: Daily NFT Recap

Stripe is the most recent company highlighted in our “Latest Mint” section, FTX is spending a few bucks on partnerships beyond sports, and we’re back with more confirmations that you should probably zoom out. It’s all everyday life here at the Nightly Mint. Let’s dive into some of the biggest stories about NFTs from the past 24 hours.

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Final Coin: Stripe’s Support for NFTs

Stripe co-founder John Collison tweeted today that the financial services firm would now start supporting businesses around “exchanges, driveways, wallets and NFT marketplaces.” What exactly does that mean?

The full scope has yet to be determined, even if it applies in the near term, but it appears that NFTs could receive significant support. The formal announcement stated that Stripe will “helps you quickly launch your first NFT or crypto project while complying with regulatory requirements, reducing fraud losses, and keeping sensitive data safe.”

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FTX’s token (FTT) has been tending to see price swings lately and is starting to look at music partnerships on a major level for the first time. † Source: FTT USDT on

FTX Enters Music Industry with NFTs in Partnership with Tomorrowland Festival

FTX has taken a big foothold in sports sponsorship over the past two years, and now the growing show is expanding its focus into broader entertainment – ​​landing a deal with massive Belgian electronic festival Tomorrowland.

The ‘Minty Fresh’ Take

There’s been talk in CT around EtherRocks, and the fact that despite it’s not nearly as often mentioned as major projects (and not nearly as often mentioned as it used to be), still, the bottom price is still over $600M

Related literature | Ethereum Crosses $5 Billion of Burned ETH as Momentum Increases

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