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This week in the metaverse: Amazon could disrupt the NFT industry, the creator of Moonbirds NFTs gets hacked, and Pedigree wants you to foster a dog in the metaverse

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Welcome to This Week in the Metaverse, where Fortune curates the most interesting news in the world of NFTs, culture, and the metaverse. e-mail marco.quiroz-gutierrez@fortune.com with hints.

Amazon A new initiative based on digital collectibles that could soon shake up the entire NFT industry, according to . BlockWorks Report of the WeekCiting several anonymous sources, the outlet reported that the NFT project could be announced in April, but the report could not be independently verified. luck.

The goal, according to the report, is for Amazon customers to interact with cryptocurrency games and claim NFTs. This could be a smart move on Amazon’s part, according to a DappRadar report this week. Games account for 49% of all daily blockchain activityjoined by millions of users every day.

Amazon’s entry into the NFT game could be a boon to the industry, but should be approached with caution. For example, the company has to contend with a scam-infested NFT market that can fool even the most experienced cryptocurrency veterans.

These veterans include Kevin Rose, founder of news aggregator digg and creator of NFT project Moonbirds.above twitter According to Spaces, Rose said hackers probably stole more than $1 million in NFTs from his digital wallet thanks to a malicious airdrop. Several NFTs were stolen, including 25 of his Squiggles NFTs. Expensive Autoglyph NFTs.

Luckily, his zombie CryptoPunk Cryptopunk #5066, was not stolen. Only 0.88% of his 10,000 CryptoPunk are zombies, and similar NFTs are known to sell for thousands of Ether. Cryptopunk #2066This is similar to Rose’s, which sold for 1,155 ETH, or $1.8 million, on OpenSea just 28 days ago.

In other news:

Do you own land in the metaverse? DecentralandHave you ever wanted to get a dog?pet food manufacturers pedigree Now allows metaverse users raise a virtual dog through it Foster Bath The program started this week. Through this program, a landowner in the Metaverse uploads a digital version of his real-life dog to his website. keep a pet Take care of them in the metaverse. Decentraland users who do not own land can interact with a virtual dog, adopt it in real life through Adopt a Pet, or help a real life pet by donating to the Pedigree Foundation. Join this program and win a custom FOSTERVERSE wearable to sport in Decentraland.

Courtesy of Pedigree

prada announced its latest version time capsule collection each one of specially designed clothes Comes with its own NFTFebruary’s article is the second in a three-part shirt series featuring exclusive prints by Italian photographers. Enzo Ragazzini From his 70’s archives. One NFT holder will also be selected to participate in the Prada Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023 fashion show on February 23rd. This collection will launch on his February 2nd.

Courtesy of Prada

RemioVR app focused on remote team building and business collaboration, Downloadable Above meta quest Through Metastore. The app lets employees solve puzzles together, play games, and gather in virtual meetings. Users can solve escape rooms together, go to his bar for a digital happy hour, play paintball, and then participate in virtual activities such as gathering in a virtual breakout his room or presentation room.

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