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Amazon Launches a New Documentary Series — NFTMe 📽

Rahul Kaushik
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Web 3.0 Research Analyst
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Rahul Kaushik
Published on
December 29, 2022
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NFT
Nov 15, 2022

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  • Aston Martin Partners with Tiny Digital Factory to Launch NFTs
  • Amazon Launches a New Documentary Series — NFTMe
  • Polygon Partners with Neo-Banking App — Hi to Launch a Web 3-Focused NFT Debit Card

Aston Martin Partners with Tiny Digital Factory to Launch NFTs

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Aston Martin is the latest luxury sports car manufacturer to enter the NFT market. The British F1 team has followed in the footsteps of Lamborghini, Porsche, and Chevrolet by implementing digital ownership via NFTs.

As a result of the collaboration with Tiny Digital Factory, three new Aston Martin cars will be added to the game Infinite Drive. This NFT racing platform allows users to collect parts from prestigious automotive brands.

NFT owners can look at their collections and race against other NFT owners on officially licensed tracks. An NFT marketplace will be available in-game, as well as the ability for owners to rent out their cars to other players.

Amazon Launches a New Documentary Series — NFTMe

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Amazon’s new documentary series NFTMe features artists, collectors, and industry professionals discussing their experiences with NFTs and how they have positively changed their daily lives.

In six 30-minute episodes, NFTMe introduces 50 NFT pioneers from four continents, including American singer Susaye Greene of The Supremes, Queen Diambi Kabatusuila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Refik Anadol, a digital artist for SpaceX and NASA, Madonna’s music producer Peter Rafelson, and Cheryl Douglas of Portion, who launched NFT collections for the Black-Eyed Peas.

Jonny Caplan, the CEO and Co-Founder of Tech Talk Media, is the creator of the NFTMe documentary series. NFTMe is now available on Amazon Prime in the United States and the United Kingdom, and it will be available on other broadcasters worldwide in 2023.

Polygon Partners with Neo-Banking App — Hi to Launch a Web 3-Focused NFT Debit Card

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Polygon has collaborated with the neo-banking app Hi to launch a platform that allows users to mint NFTs for a web3-focused debit card.

Cardholders of the NFT Debit Mastercard can spend crypto or fiat currencies at 90 million global merchants. Users can also avoid paying gas fees by minting any personal NFT, such as a holiday photo or profile picture, for the cover of their debit card.

Polygon’s latest strategic partnership marks the company’s attempt to become the face of gasless fees for NFTs. Polygon powers the Starbucks NFT loyalty rewards beta and new blockchain gaming features from Magic Eden, Solana’s largest NFT marketplace.

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Rahul Kaushik

Rahul is a former software engineer who is now a writer. After working as a full-stack developer early in his career, he realized that coding was not his forte and began writing blogs, poetry, and articles for sports magazines. He is always torn between Football and Bitcoin as his first love. In his spare time, he enjoys reading books on economics, startups, and business, as well as educating people on personal finance, cryptocurrency, and Web 3.0 on Instagram.

Rahul Kaushik

Rahul is a former software engineer who is now a writer. After working as a full-stack developer early in his career, he realized that coding was not his forte and began writing blogs, poetry, and articles for sports magazines. He is always torn between Football and Bitcoin as his first love. In his spare time, he enjoys reading books on economics, startups, and business, as well as educating people on personal finance, cryptocurrency, and Web 3.0 on Instagram.

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