The project introduces NFTs as a way to visually depict one’s personality and own the outcome on the blockchain.

Robbins DB, an artist based in Tel Aviv, launched a “Psynesthesia” NFT collection with 1,024 possible NFTs generated by the results of a personality test.

Polygon-based NFTs are generated according to the attributes defined by the test and an algorithm encoded by the DB. The process is explained in a joint release with Cointelegraph:

“For example, the higher the concordance, the higher the color temperature; the higher the extroversion ratio, the more connections are developed.”
The resulting art can be collected as an NFT. The original owner is also given a photo session at Rubens DB Studio in Tel Aviv, where they are shown their artwork in a photo.

Example of NFTs generated by personality tests. Image: Psynesthesia
10% of sales are donated to the Interdisciplinary Society for Psychedelic Studies, a US-based nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing understanding of psychedelic substances.

UK NFT investment firm is being trolled
NFT Investments, a UK-based investment firm that invests in NFT-related companies, said it was the target of a phishing attack that resulted in the loss of $250,000 in assets.

The company announced in a London Stock Exchange news cable on January 12 that it was “managing a cyber security incident” resulting from the attack on January 9.

Apparently, the hacked amount represents “less than 1%” of the company’s current net asset value.

It did not disclose which assets were stolen or how the attackers breached the security surrounding the storage of the investments.

Cointelegraph contacted NFT Investments for more information regarding the incident, and a spokesperson for the company said it had no further comment.

What is a bear market? Sell Shiba Inu NFT collaborations in seconds
The Shiba Inu’s NFT collaboration

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NFT project “SHIBOSHIS” and luxury handbag company Bugatti Group sold out in 110 seconds, according to a Jan. 14 tweet from the Bugatti Group.

The Bugatti Group — not to be confused with luxury sports car manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles — has created a new line of NFTs with a dog-themed project and presented to those who coined a piece of custom luggage emblazoned with a SHIBOSHIS NFT.

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The collaboration between the two also sees the Bugatti Group create a limited-edition SHIBOSHIS collection of backpacks, bags, bags and wallets.

Another neat news
An NFT influencer’s crypto wallet has been drained after accidentally downloading malware in a program advertised on a Google ad.

YouTuber Logan Paul has unveiled a $1.5 million refund plan for those who invested in troubled NFT project CryptoZoo after an offer from fellow YouTuber Coffeezilla

Source: CoinTelegraph