NFTs are now appearing in almost every part of our lives. On the one hand, NFT investments of giant companies increase, on the other hand, the options of users are increased with new products. The growing sector has also increased in competition. projects that try to survive in this competition are trying to hold on to the competition with new upgrades. Finally, Solana-based NFT platform Magic Eden announced its new Ethereum integration.

Magic Eden Solana maintains its leading position with a dominance of over 90 percent in the NFT market on the Blockchain network. This high competition caused the users to worry about the centralization of the platform. So much so that users with some technical knowledge were thought to be vulnerable to attacks due to its size on the platform, and that this centralization could damage users' assets.

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Announced on these comments, this Ethereum integration is seen as an important step towards the company's top spot in the growing NFT market. According to data from DappRadar, Magic Eden is the current leader of Solana digital collectibles, which accounts for more than 90 percent of the ecosystem trade.

Description of Apecoin from Gucci

Gucci, one of the first brands that comes to mind when it comes to luxury clothing, continues to be closely interested in the crypto money sector, but its latest sharing has confused the minds. A new statement came from Gucci, which previously announced that it will accept crypto money payments in its stores in the USA. Making a statement on its Twitter account, Gucci announced that it would accept ApeCoin (APE) payments in its stores in the USA through BitPay.

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However, later Gucci deleted the ApeCoin post. ApeCoin, which rose by 10% after the sharing of Gucci, fell by 6% when the share was deleted. Then Gucci re-posted about Apecoin.

   "Now accepting @ApeCoin payments via @BitPay , select Gucci boutiques in the USA expand the range ofcryptocurrencies available for in-store purchases, yet another step in the House's exploration of Web3."