– Marketplace Magic Eden integrates compressed *nonfungible tokens (NFTs)* into its platform.
– Meta launches its metaverse game called Horizon Worlds on mobile and web.
– Bitcoin Ordinals creator proposes changing the numbering system of Bitcoin NFTs.
– NFT marketplace Magic Eden integrates Solana’s compressed NFTs into its platform.
– Atari founder Nolan Bushnell shares his perspectives on play-to-earn gaming.
– The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges NFT collection Stoner Cats with offering unregistered securities.
**Meta’s Horizon Worlds launches on mobile and web in early access**
Meta has announced the launch of Horizon Worlds on mobile devices and web browsers. The launch includes a free-for-all shooter game called Super Rumble. The game is currently in early access, with plans to roll it out to more players and add more experiences and worlds to the metaverse.
**Bitcoin Ordinals creator proposes to change inscription numbering system**
Bitcoin Ordinals creator Casey Rodarmor proposes changing the numbering system of Bitcoin NFTs. Rodarmor believes that the current system has led to “ugly code and stalled development.” The proposal aims to make inscriptions permanently unstable to simplify the protocol and make it easier to upgrade.
**Magic Eden integrates Solana’s compressed NFTs into marketplace**
NFT marketplace Magic Eden has integrated Solana’s compressed NFTs (cNFTs) into its platform. These cNFTs allow users to experiment without spending too much money and are ideal for mass-produced NFTs in industries like music, gaming, and events. Unlike standard NFTs, cNFTs store their data off-chain, enabling users to mint up to one million NFTs for around $110.
**Play-to-earn games are the reason “real” gamers hate crypto: Atari founder**
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell believes that play-to-earn (P2E) games are the reason why “real” gamers dislike crypto. Bushnell states that “good gamers” don’t enjoy grinding and suggests that Web3 gaming should focus on building virtual reality and augmented reality-powered worlds instead of the P2E model.
**Stoner Cats NFTs are “fan crowdfunding,” not securities — SEC’s Peirce, Uyeda**
The SEC has charged the company behind the NFT collection Stoner Cats with offering unregistered securities. However, SEC commissioners Hester Pierce and Mark Uyeda published a dissenting statement, arguing that the project’s activity constitutes fan crowdfunding rather than securities.
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