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NFTs You Can Wear

Chukchi #16


This week in the Chukchi:

  • What are wearable NFTs

  • Binance’s Luna investment's massive tank

  • The first-ever NFT gated festival

  • Old Pieces Of Technology That Still Work Today

  • Music on Main returns to Bozeman

 

Learning Series: Segment #16: Wearable NFTs?

Wearable NFTs are pieces of virtual clothing or digital accessories like dresses, shirts, jeans, sunglasses, or bags that you can use to dress up your avatar in a virtual world.


These digital-only designs are made possible through the use of blockchain technology and smart contracts, which help prove the uniqueness, authenticity, and ownership of each garment or accessory.


 

TRIVIA

Check to see if your answer is correct at the bottom of this email.

Beluga whales shed a layer of their skin every summer True False

 

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CRYPTO: Binance’s Luna investment was worth $1.6 billion. Now it’s less than $3,000.

In 2018, Binance put $3 million into Luna and received 15 million tokens in return. At Luna’s price peak in April, those tokens were worth $1.6 billion, Binance CEO Zhao said in a tweet At Luna’s price now, the tokens are worth about $2,391.


But despite Binance’s big losses, Zhao said he still wants retail traders who lost money during Luna’s crash last week to be reimbursed before Binance is.


 

NFT: The Community Behind The First-Ever NFT Gated Festival

Afterparty is focused on the creator economy but is building obscurely enough to maximize the depth of what they’re accomplishing. On its site, Afterparty describes itself as “...a community of innovative creators, artists, and builders with a Web3 platform for accessing physical and virtual experiences through NFTs. Afterparty is building a platform where anything is possible and creativity flourishes.


 

TECH NEWS: Old Pieces Of Technology That Still Work Today

We talk a lot about new technology here, which is awesome and important for us all to learn about. But what about the technology that started the “tech boom”. Most of it is no longer in use, but that doesn't mean we don’t use bits and pieces of it daily. So this week we highlight the old pieces of technology that still work today. From the oldest running computer to, pagers this article covers how this “ancient technology” is still used today.


 

LOCAL: Music on Main is BACK

One of Bozeman local's favorite event, Music on Main is set to return the summer on July 7th. The Downtown Bozeman Association announced part of the main street will become a makeshift dance floor this summer, for its 22nd year. For six straight Thursdays the stretch of Main Street from Rouse Avenue to Black Avenue will host the free event.


 

À LA CARTE



 

Trivia Answer


True


Much like humans, whales and dolphins normally shed outer skin cells continuously. Scientists observed that whales in frigid Antarctic waters are often discolored by a thick yellow film of microscopic diatoms. This indicated that they were not experiencing their normal, “self-cleaning” skin molt



 









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