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Five NFT stories that caught our attention last week

Here are five NFT stories that grabbed attention this week.

Spanish Soccer Giants Barcelona to launch NFT collection

The La Liga side will issue digital files, including pictures and videos from its archives, as NFTs later this month.The collection will be auctioned on Ownix, an ethereum-based marketplace, and should hopefully stimulate positive vibes in and around the club after a disastrous start to the season. Read more here.

Beeple’s $69M Art debuts at Dreamverse NFT Festival

The $69.3 million NFT art designed by Mike Winkelmann made its first official appearance at the Dreamverse NFT festival held last weekend. Read more here.

UFC launched its first-ever NFT collection on Crypto.com 

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) partnered with cryptocurrency trading platform crypto.com to launch its inaugural NFT collection. Read more here.

South Korea’s financial watchdog says NFTs will not be regulated

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) in South Korea says non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will not be regulated. Read more here.

Reddit plans to tokenize karma points

American multinational social platform Reddit is reportedly set to tokenize karma points amid plans to onboard 500 million new crypto users. Read more here.

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