Welcome to the latest edition of Cointelegraph’s Nifty Newsletter. Keep reading to stay up-to-date with the latest stories on nonfungible tokens. Every Wednesday, the Nifty Newsletter informs and inspires you to dig deeper into the latest NFT trends and insights.
In this week’s newsletter, read about how holders of CryptoPunks nonfungible tokens (NFTs) were offered physical versions of their NFTs for 48 hours. Find out why some artists were ordered to pay Yuga Labs $1.6 million in a copyright lawsuit and why major German companies like Mercedes and Lufthansa are using NFTs. In other news, the CEO of Mintable says the United Kingdom risks regulating NFTs the wrong way.
CryptoPunks holders offered physical versions of their NFTs for 48 hours
How major German firms like Mercedes and Lufthansa are using NFTs
Ryder Ripps ordered to pay Yuga Labs $1.6 million in copyright lawsuit
U.K. risks regulating NFTs the wrong way, says Mintable CEO
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