August 16th's NF3 Recap: CyberKongz, Tom Sachs Rocket Factory and Damien Hirst

Michael Caloca / ONE37pm (OpenSea: CyberKongz)

This weekend was red hot in the world of NFTs and Web3.0. Between announcements from Tom Sach Rocket Factory to a crazy floor jump for Damien Hirst's "The Currency," here are a few moments from this past weekend to look into.

And if you're just tuning in, this is ONE37pm's newest column, NF3, where we recap 3 of the most intriguing moments in the world of NFTs as they unfold.

This article does not constitute formal financial advice. Always do your own research before investing.

1. CyberKongz Launch CyberKongs VX

2. Tom Sachs Rocket Factory Launch Announcement

3. Damien Hirst's The Currency Takes Flight

Other cool stuff:

This is a pretty sick graphic showing the overlap of ownership between collectors of some of the biggest NFT movers right now.

This Wrapped Strikers project was rediscovered over the weekend with a few big names getting in on the action.

Rediscovery of old projects continues to be a big trend.

On Saturday, Bored Apes Yacht Club cryptically announced the next phase of their project.

There still isn't a ton of info available, but the floor for the project hit 15 ETH following the announcement.

OpenSea took down a verified Sad Frogs account this weekend because of a potential DMCA takedown request from Matt Furie, the creator of Rare Pepe—the inspiration for the project.

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There's a lot more than just what we listed above happening in the world of Web3.0, so keep your eyes peeled and continue to do your own research. It's an exciting time to be in the game.

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