The Best of this Week’s Billboard [07/04]


Hello Billboarders! This is a weekly recap of billboard posts led by contributors that seek to increase the presence of new blockchain technology and platforms in this world. There is a never-ending amount of interesting posts that establish a connection with crypto-currency or blockchains in this world.

SteemMonsters: Collect, Trade, Battle on the Steem Blockchain!


This post by @twotoedsloth talks about a fun new game called @steemmonsters, where you can buy, sell, or trade collectible digital monster cards. The ownership of these digital cards and the game results are all published and verifiable on the Steem Blockchain. These cards can also be leveled up to get them ready for tournaments that players can compete in for prizes, such as more cards, crypto, and upvotes.

Check out the full article here.

DTube: Streaming Videos on the Blockchain


This post by @twotoedsloth introduces the platform @dtube, which is a platform that aims to become everyone’s alternative to YouTube through enabling users to upload or watch videos on IPFS and reply, comment, or share about it on unchanging STEEM blockchain while earning cryptocurrency. All of the data on D.Tube is open to the public, and can be used as open source for analysis by anyone on the Internet.

Check out the full article here.

Welcome to The Spotlight – Featuring Jamesgetsit

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This article by @hhtb introduces @jamesgetsit to the Spotlight, and asks him several questions as a short interview to get to know him better. Questions that James answers include:

  • Telling us a bit about himself
  • How he found out about Steemit and what his first impressions were
  • Who his musical influences were
  • How he sees the future of Hip Hop on the Blockchain

… and so much more!

Check out the full article here.

Pitbull Prepara Smackathon para Empoderar a los Músicos con el Blockchain

This post by @hostioso talks about famous rapper Pit Bull, and his recent efforts to connect to the blockchain world. Pit Bull believes that blockchain will save the music industry, therefore he launched a Smack-a-thon blockchain music challenge that is powered by Zeppelin.

Check out the full article (in spanish) here.

Andy Warhol’s Piece Sold for 850 BTC through Maecenas, First Art Auction on Blockchain


This article by @mintvilla documents the first ever blockchain auction that was held online by Maecenas, which is a blockchain based art auction platform in UK. The original piece of Andy Warhol’s Small Electric Chairs was on the market and sold for 850 Bitcoin ( about 5,184,995.75 in USD as of June 28, 2018). The participants own “fractional ownership” of the painting with their BTC, ETH, and other cryptocurrency.

Check out the full article here.

Codex Celebrates Launch of Codex Viewer Beta with Giveaway and Quests


This article by @shortcut documents Codex. which is a decentralized registry for art and collectibles, and its celebration for launching the Codex Viewer Beta. To celebrate, they will be doing a giveaway of 1,000 editions of a digital collage by Sebastian Tory-Pratt called Digital Assembly for free.

Check out the full article here.

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