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    Insurance Giant Tokio Marine to Offer Its Services in the Metaverse

    Tokio Marine, the biggest property/casualty insurance group in Japan, is taking its services and operations into the metaverse. The group, which has more than 39,000 employees...

    Japanese Gaming Company Gumi Partners With Square Enix and SBI Holdings to Strengthen Metaverse Pivot

    Gumi, a Japanese mobile gaming company, has partnered with Square Enix and SBI Holdings to build new business opportunities around the metaverse. The deal, which also...

    Argentine Soccer Association AFA Partners With Upland to Enter the Metaverse

    The Argentine Soccer Association, AFA, has partnered with Upland, a virtual world platform, to introduce its fans to the metaverse. Upland will allow Argentine fans to...

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    3AC Bosses Eye $25 Million Funding For New Crypto Exchange GTX After FTX Crash

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    SHIBA INU Team Launch Beta L2 Blockchain Platform Shibarium Using $Bone As Native Token

    Shiba Inu Team announced the launch of the beta L2 blockchain platform (Shibarium) that aims to lower gas fees on the Ethereum network.Transactions on...

    Report: Nigeria Debt Management Office’s $48.8 Billion Debt Contravenes the Law Says Expert

    The Nigerian Debt Management Office (DMO) contravened the law when its borrowings exceeded the set limit which is equivalent to $2.2 billion, Adetilewa...

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