Zilliqa is showing off the Web3 game console, and Funko is collaborating with Warner Bros. And more

Blockchain firm Zilliqa has launched a Web3-focused console with a cryptocurrency wallet and mining capabilities, along with offering game titles from the company.

On Friday, preliminary images were released showing a range of ports including HDMI, ethernet and USB connections, although full hardware specifications and unit price remain guarded. The console itself looks similar to something from the Xbox but has two green panels on top.

Zilliqa said that the console is geared towards ease of use and similar to traditional gaming titles that will motivate users to complete game missions, quests and quests to mine its original ZIL code as a reward.

Beta testing on the console begins in October, and the modules are expected to be available for pre-order in the first quarter of 2023. Zilliqa is a Layer 1 blockchain designed to create smart contracts and Decentralized Applications (DApps)has 15 game projects, according to to his website.

In July, I launched the Web3 Polium games Advertise a similar consolePolium One, supports eight non-fungible gaming tokens (NFTs) across eight Blockchainalthough Polium One is not set for release until the third quarter of 2024.

Funko and Warner Bros. Collaboration. On Walmart Exclusive NFTs

Popular culture brand Funko has partnered with entertainment company Warner Bros. To offer physical collectibles and NFT collectibles exclusively through US retail giant Walmart.

Bundle includes a physical comic book cover and DC Comics Funko figurine The brave and the bold, known among fans for introducing the concept of the popular superhero team Justice League, along with the matching Funko Digital Pop! NFT.

Brave and bold physical package from Funko.

The collection is limited to 30,000 units and will debut during Walmart’s Collector Con in October, and the NFT coin will be minted on the WAX ​​blockchain.

Funko has continued to expand the NFT counterpart of Pop! Statue line, which began in August 2021 with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles group. Funko CEO Andrew Perlmutter has It is reported that the company is creating NFTs To meet the demand of young entrepreneurs who value digital goods and assets.

New England Patriots acquires a Web3 partner in Chain

The Web3 Chain software company has become the official blockchain and Web3 sponsor of the New England Patriots for the NFL team, the New England Revolution professional soccer team, and their stadium, Gillette Stadium.

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The chain has partnered in a multi-year deal with Kraft Sports + Entertainment, owner of both the professional teams and the stadium, to develop what it is calls “Recent Web3 Experiments” using Chain’s suite of products but did not provide exact details of its plans.

Chain CEO Deepak Thapliyal, however, stated that the company aims to “build cutting-edge experiences for stadium visitors” as part of Chain’s product lineup that includes support for NFTs.

Christina Aguilera files for the NFT and Metaverse trademarks

filings subscriber By trademark attorney Mike Kondodis, singer Christina Aguilera appears to have filed trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for several NFT, metaverse and crypto-related products.

The filings reveal the star’s plans to create “NFTs-certified” audio, video and music files alongside “blockchain-based non-fungible assets” such as virtual avatars, clothing, beauty products, other virtual goods, and “crypto collectibles.”

Part of the app also mentions Aguilera presenting music shows, concerts, and games “in the Metaverse and other virtual environments.”

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Web3 anonymous tech company is set to release a file NFT software product Developers were able to test their NFT smart contracts on fully private test networks.