Reading Time: 2 minutes Leading US-based sports publication Sports Illustrated has announced a Polygon-powered NFT ticketing platform Dubbed Box Office, the platform was built in partnership with ConsenSys to facilitate ticketing of live sporting events The platform is the sports publication’s SI Tickets subsidiary Leading US-based sports publication Sports Illustrated has partnered with Web 3.0 company ConsenSys to develop an NFT ticketing platform powered by Ethereum scaling layer Polygon. Dubbed Box Office, the platform is part of the sports publication’s SI Tickets subsidiary and aims to facilitate ticketing of free or paid live sporting events. The platform’s choice of Polygon coincides with recent statistics
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Fidelity Investment Managers will offer retail customers Bitcoin trading from November, according to Eight founder Michaël van de Poppe.
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Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s Saturday, which means it’s time to head to the NFT ring and see who has kicked the shit out of who this week. Ding ding! Ticketmaster Goes With the Flow NFT blockchain Flow this week announced that Ticketmaster has migrated to it from Polygon, paving the way for the ticketing giant to offer digital collectibles. Ticketmaster had been using Polygon to issue NFTs to fans and ticket buyers, but used Flow for last year’s Super Bowl LVI. This pilot seems to have gone down very well, and the pair have made their union official, booting out Polygon in the
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