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How is German flag carrier Lufthansa using non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to reward loyal customers? How Cristiano Ronaldo teased his NFT future plans during a lie detector test. Why a law professor believes the metaverse should be taxed. How artificial intelligence (AI) and NFTs can provide a personalized learning experience for children.
Lufthansa’s innovation unit has partnered with its frequent flyer program division to launch Uptrip, an NFT loyalty program operating on the Polygon network. With this, loyal customers can earn rewards by converting their trips into NFT collections.
The app allows airline customers to scan their boarding pass and exchange it for collectible NFTs. Once completed, NFT collections can be redeemed for rewards such as lounge access and flight upgrades.
Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo took a lie detector test to celebrate the release of his second NFT collection in July. While on the lie detector, the athlete said that he would issue more NFTs in the future. The test confirmed that he was right. Asked if he had NFT, the football player once again answered yes, and the test again confirmed his answer.
In 2022, Ronaldo signed a multi-year partnership with the NFT unit of the Binance exchange. The aim of this collaboration is to introduce Web3 technologies to soccer fans around the world through NFT.
Law professor Christian Kim published an article arguing for a tax on the metaverse. Kim said: Metaverse should be regulated under tax laws. Kim argued that not taxing it would make it a tax haven.
The professor also highlighted several proposals related to taxation. Meanwhile, Kim suggested that taxes should be paid immediately upon receipt of profits, which include profits and unrealized income.
Education-focused technology platform TinyTap has announced the integration of NFT and AI tools for parents and educators. According to the announcement, the integration of artificial intelligence will allow users of the platform to create educational games using a themed request.
After setting the command, the AI will generate the game in minutes. According to Yogef Shelly, CEO of TinyTap, these tools help speed up the creation and accessibility of content, which can allow teachers and parents to provide personalized learning experiences for children.