The United States space force is partnering with Ethernity Chain to explore and launch non-fungible tokens.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Ethernity Chain, Nick Rose, the partnership will “memorize and tokenize” Neil Armstrong’s feat of being the first human to visit the moon.
“We can now put this launch and Neil Armstrong’s historic achievements on the immutable ledger and memorialize and tokenize it on an NFT that the public can participate in,” Ethernity Chain CEO Nick Rose explained.
“This is a historic opportunity for the NFT and blockchain space to push the medium forward and commemorate a moment both technologically and futuristically,” he said.
Coinbase set to open outlet in New York
American exchange company Coinbase will open an outlet in New York according to reports from the New York Times.
The fintech firm has secured 30,0000 square feet from asset management company Steven A. Cohen’s Point72 on lease eagle-eyed watchers confirmed.