The Best of this Week’s Billboard [12/17]

The Best of this Week’s Billboard is a weekly recap of billboard posts and announcements that gives a curated snapshot on the state of crypto creativity today. To read more Billboard articles, visit the dedicated page here.

Cheerios Launches “Buzzcoin”

One of the most popular cereals in the world is Honey Nut Cheerios. It appears as though cryptocurrency is influencing how General Mills (Cheerios’ parent company) chooses to advertise the brand.

Get your crypto buzz on here

TRISHES Releases Crypto-Centric Song + Video “Money”

An upcoming music artist has found some inspiration with the rise of cryptocurrency, and isn’t afraid to be vocal about it. A pop singer by the name of TRISHES recently released a song titled “Money”, produced by First Born, who has worked with world-famous musicians such as Nicki Minaj, Ludacris, and Florida.

Get funky with fiat with her new video here

Win Crypto + Asset Prizes with Portion’s Giveaway

Portion is one of the newest and most exciting blockchain-integrated asset marketplaces, built on the Ethereum blockchain. Throughout this month, they’re hosting a series of giveaways to generate excitement around their decentralized platform and cryptocurrency in general. The previous prize was 2 ETH and now, you’ve got the chance to win your own KAWS figurine!

Join in here today. 

Which Art Problems can Blockchain Solve? [Art Basel Miami Video]

Last week’s Art Basel Miami was full of motivations and musings around the impact of decentralized technologies on art institutions and practice. “Which Art Problems can Blockchain Solve?” brought together key practitioners and thinkers in the space in an effort to pinpoint actionable disruption for the legacy art industry. 

Speakers included Matt Hall of Larva Labs/CryptoPunks, Ruth Catlow of Furtherfield, and artist Harm van den Dorpel, moderated by Orit Gat.

Watch the panel through their livestream on Facebook here

Time for Kids ‘Here Comes Cryptocurrency’

Time for Kids, a children-focused branch of Time Magazine, recently published their October edition on the topic of cryptocurrency. The writing covers basic summaries of the technology while answering some of the main contemporary concerns including “Is it safe?” and why it maintains value across the world.

You can read part of the publication here and is highly recommended as a starting summary for anyone interested in learning about blockchain and decentralized money.

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