Google to allow NFT game ads, metaverse ‘hot’ in Asia: Nifty Newsletter

In this week’s newsletter, read about how Google will start allowing games featuring nonfungible tokens (NFTs) to advertise and promote themselves using its platform and how a developer stole $1 million in assets from the Milady NFT collection. Check out how an insurance company excluded NFTs from a $20-million policy and how the metaverse is “hot” in Asian markets like Hong Kong, Korea and Japan. And don’t forget this week’s Nifty News featuring Binance ending its support for Polygon-based NFTs. 

Google will allow ads for NFT games starting Sept. 15

Google made an update to its crypto ad policy to enable NFT game advertisements as long as gambling or gambling services are not promoted. According to a Google announcement, the changes will come into effect on Sept. 15.

NFT games that let players purchase in-game items, such as weapons or armor for characters, that enhance the user experience will be allowed. However, games that let players stake NFTs or wager their assets for rewards like crypto or other NFTs are still not allowed.

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NFT collection Milady exploited by developer stealing $1M in fees

Ethereum-based NFT project Milady Maker has been exploited by a developer within its ecosystem who stole $1 million in generated fees from Remilia, the decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) behind Milady.

A co-founder of the collection, Charlotte Fang announced on X (formerly Twitter) that they had identified the people involved in the attack and would pursue legal action against them. The executive said that they are expecting all of their property to be returned.

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CNA Insurance excludes NFTs from coverage of $20M trust policy

United States-based commercial insurer CNA Financial has excluded NFT coverage from a $20-million policy. In an SEC filing, the insurer attached an exclusion to the document about Schwab Strategic Trust’s policy.

The exclusion highlighted that the bond will not cover damages, losses or lawsuits related to NFTs. The document defined NFTs as any…


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