News 1: SHIB Gearing Up To Launch Its First Multi-Platform Game.

Shiba Inu recently unveiled Shiba Inu Games; the latest arm of the project, which is meant to propel adoption in the game industry. It has been expanding its footprint across various industries, and gaming is the latest on that list. It announced that it planned to release a multi-platform game where holders can play with each other.

To make this a reality, the project searched for an AAA game studio that would help bring this vision to light. The search has been hard and fraught with disappointments, but the meme coin has found its perfect partner in PlaySide Studios.

News 2: NFT Demand On Rise, Pepsi, and other big brands launch NFTs.

The craze of NFTs is on the rise across the globe. Various big brands are coming up with their collections. Pepsi-Cola, a US-based food company, has released a genesis collection of non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles to commemorate the founding year. Carbonated soft drink maker company introduced the “Pepsi Mic Drop” genesis NFT collection on Thursday through Twitter, featuring 1,893 generative NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain.

With NFTs that feature designs like the traditional blue Pepsi, silver Diet Pepsi, red Pepsi Wild Cherry, black Pepsi Zero Sugar, and Crystal Pepsi, the company hopes to build a real-time community of NFT holders.

News 3: Opera and Solana Announce Partnership to Support dApps and a Wallet In the Browser

In an official blog post on Friday; December 10, Opera announced a partnership with Solana Labs to add native support for the popular blockchain; allowing it to run a native Solana wallet along with all the dApps in the ecosystem.

The Opera team said on Twitter that the integration was expected to be ready by Q1 2022. By then; users should be able to enjoy all the benefits of the blockchain in desktop and mobile browsers without any restrictions

Opera’s interest in Solana is not surprising. Since 2018, the browser has targeted cryptocurrency support, blockchain technology, and the so-called Web 3.

News 4: StackOS Announces Innovative Node NFT Program With High Rewards

StackOS, the decentralized cloud computing protocol, recently announced its visionary node program, which is truly unlike any other. The unstoppable cross-chain cloud computing protocol that allows users to deploy full-stack applications, decentralized apps (dApps), blockchain privateness; and mainnet nodes found a way to combine two of the hottest crypto topics: NFTs and DeCloud.

NFTs have been the talk of the town for a while now in the crypto world; and their use cases are expanding from digital collectible art to a crucial part of DeFi. But StackOS has conjured up an innovation that allows them to use NFTs to propel the cause of decentralization further into the mainstream.

News 5: UNICEF Launches NFTs on Ethereum to Help Connect Schools to the Internet.

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) announced today the launch of a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Ethereum to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the UN agency.

UNICEF says the profits from the January 2022 NFT launch—an exhibition by digital artist and data scientist Nadieh Bremer called “Patchwork Kingdoms”—will go toward supporting its many projects; including the Giga initiative to fund internet access for children worldwide.

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