Commission company collabs with The Glimpse Group for AR-based NFTs

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With AR-based Gilded NFTs, the Commission Token, among the first digital assets gold-backed, accomplishes a significant development breakthrough.

The Glimpse Group and its wholly-owned subsidiary firm QReal have announced a paid partnership with The Commission, an Ethereum (ETH) blockchain DeFi startup and originator of The Commission Token.

The Commission is a DeFi ETH blockchain initiative that has created a fresh and creative marketing strategy based on direct community engagement.

The Token has attracted a lot of attention from both cryptocurrency enthusiasts and traditional investors.

Glimpse’s unique business model eliminates the obstacles faced by VR/AR startups and builds a healthy ecosystem while also allowing investors to participate directly in the burgeoning VR/AR market through a diversified platform.

The Commission Token is one of the first digital assets to be backed primarily by gold, marking a significant step toward bridging the divide between traditional hard assets and digital assets.

The Commission Token reaches a significant development milestone on its way to becoming a premier DeFi digital asset.

The Commission and QReal have agreed to collaborate on the creation of numerous 3D AR-based NFTs for The Commission Token as part of their compensated collaboration. 

The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA), Belgium’s financial regulatory agency, has issued a new rule that requires crypto exchanges and institutional wallet services available in the market to register within a short period of time.

According to the material given by the FSMA, legal people and businesses who seek to provide crypto exchange companies in Belgium must register in advance.

Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor, has once again criticized Bitcoin, claiming that he would not accept all of the Bitcoin in the world for even peanuts. His arguments frequently revolve around digital assets that have no monetary worth.

For the second time this month, the Bitcoin network set a new all-time high network difficulty, reaffirming its status as the most secure blockchain network against attacks.

To successfully generate a Bitcoin (BTC) block, more network difficulty is required, which prohibits malicious activity from taking over the network and altering transactions.
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