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RFOX Games Continues Its NFT Revolution with IP Partnership

RFOX GAMES is a division of blockchain venture builder, RedFOX Labs, aims to bring a new level of play-to-earn to the gaming space. The flagship product and top selling NFT (Non-Fungible Token), KOGS, updates the collectible milk caps concept of the 90’s and enhances it with the utility only blockchain can provide.

KOGS are collectible, interoperable and have proven to create additional revenue for collectors. SLAM, the first full on chain mobile game, will showcase KOGS as a playable asset with various play to earn paths. SLAM is currently in closed beta and KOGS will launch its 3rd edition this June. 

RFOX Games has partnered with MarvelousNFTs to present BAD DAYS KOGs Special Edition NFT’s launching on BSC. Bad Days debuted as an animated web series on YouTube in 2012, depicting a day in the life of superheroes after they woke up on the wrong side of the bed. With over 53 million views of the first episode, the limited edition KOGS will be in high demand by more than just avid comic fans.

Founded in 2019, RFOX GAMES is a division of the blockchain venture builder, RedFOX Labs. It focuses on PLAY TO EARN to the mobile gaming space with the flagship product and top selling NFT – KOGS, updates the collectible milk cap concept of the 90’s and enhances it with the utility only blockchain can provide. RFOX Games was founded with the vision of creating an ecosystem of interoperable tournament-based games that utilise emerging technologies.

“We are thrilled to work with MarvelousNFTs to present the BAD DAYS KOGs Special Edition. As a company made up of comic fans and gamers, STAN LEE has been a huge part of our lives with his creations and to be able to immortalize him and his characters has been a dream come true for us. The humorous poses and designs we have presented for this edition really show that even our favourite superheroes can indeed have BAD DAYS.”

“MarvelousNFTs is pleased to be working with RFOX Games to showcase the “BAD DAYS” limited edition KOGS superhero NFT collection. Our team has taken great pride in creating this collaboration series and believes humour is the best medicine particularly during these tough times.

Standard Chartered and BC Group are building a digital asset brokerage and exchange platform for institutional and corporate clients in the UK and Europe. A joint venture that brought together digital asset company BC Technology Group and the bank’s SC Ventures unit will aim to connect institutional traders to counterparties across markets, delivering access to deep pools of liquidity in bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto-assets.

BC Group’s Hong Kong-based digital asset platform, OSL, will serve as the software infrastructure while Standard Chartered provides its global network. brokerage expertise, and access to the European market. To lead the company, the joint venture chose BC Group CIO Usman Ahmad as the CEO, while Nick Philpott of SC Ventures will be COO. Alex Manson, SC Ventures, said: “We have a strong conviction that digital assets are here to stay and will be adopted by the institutional market as a highly relevant asset class.

“We are constructing the building blocks for a safe and reliable investment infrastructure: on the back of Zodia Custody, which will ensure safe and compliant custody for institutional investors, the new company will provide a brokerage and exchange platform to enable safe adoption and trading by the world’s largest and most demanding investors.”

The new JV with BC Group builds SC Ventures’ recent partnership with Northern Trust to develop a digital custody service, called Zodia, aimed at institutional investors. Zodia will provide custody services for the most traded cryptocurrency assets – bitcoin, ethereum, followed by XRP, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.

At the time, Maxime De Guillebon, CEO, Zodia, said, “We combine the risk management, compliance, governance and security approach of a regulated financial institution with the cutting-edge innovation of crypto asset and key management technologies.” The banking industry took small and slow steps in the direction toward digital asset trading throughout many years, but since late 2017 much has changed and the industry is now building out their platforms and offerings, mostly for institutional and professional investors, but some also cater to retail.

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