And some unfortunate news
Young artists are having their careers made at auction, and what happened at VeeCon
Crypto comes to Cannes Film Festival, and Pittsburgh's new Pop District
No rules for New York's auction houses, and using NFTs to preserve dead artists' works
Wata sued for alleged market manipulation, and Nike claims StockX is selling fake sneakers
A rare Panini card pulled live, and new software to stop NFT fraud
The $195 million sale suggests the art market is chugging along, and Nintendo appeals to retail investors
Rumors of its death are greatly exaggerated, and video game preservationists vs. collectors
The Vatican gets into the metaverse, and young collectors in China are pushing the market forward
Record-breaking prices for Messi memorabilia, and why investors are donating NFTs
DeFilm is the new frontier of filmmaking, and eBay's expanded Authenticity Guarantee
Otherside crashed Ethereum's blockchain, and MSCHF's latest lawsuit