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Crypto sinks amid high inflation, Seth Green recovers Bored Ape, and CBDC risks: CNBC Crypto World

CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, Crypto World looks at how countries are implementing CBDCs, and the potential risks for users in some countries.
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Everyone breathe easy, Seth Green got his Bored Ape back

We don’t know about you all, but we’ve had a terrible time sleeping these past few weeks, what with Seth Green’s Bored Ape NFT being kidnapped, and all. Thankfully, the tortuous and dramatic saga seems to have finally found a happy conclusion — BuzzFeed News reports that Green has successfully reunited with his beloved “Fred Simian” NFT after doling out 165ETH (or roughly $297,000) to a collector known as “Mr Cheese” for Fred’s safe, digital return. Incidentally, that’s about $100,000 more than Mr Cheese paid for it last month, so we’ll let that one sink in for a moment.

Seth Green Says He’s Working With ‘@DarkWing84’ To Catch Whoever Stole His Ape NFT, So We May Be Subjected To His Awful NFT Show After All

Seth Green has been having a really tough time after losing his ape, Fred. The ape is not a real animal, to be clear (that’s Alan Cumming’s problem). It is his NFT who is supposed to star in Green’s upcoming (and horrendous looking) comedy series White Horse Tavern, but the show was put on hold because someone stole the NFT. Are you following? Well, get ready because there is a new development.

Seth Green Show Based on His NFT Paused After NFT Is Allegedly Stolen

Click here to read the full article. Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, have created a multitude of new opportunities for artists to take control of their work. But the blockchain technology is not without its risks, as Seth Green now knows all too well. The actor and “Robot Chicken” creator has spent much of the past year developing a new show based on an NFT he purchased from the Bored Ape Yacht Club. The series, “White Horse Tavern,” was set to be centered around Bored Ape Yacht Club #8398, an ape cartoon that Green acquired in 2021. People who purchase the popular...

DC's Stargirl Adds Seth Green in Recast

Click here to read the full article. The almighty (if unpredictable) Thunderbolt may sound a bit different when he next materializes on DC’s Stargirl. TVLine has learned that for Season 3 of the CW superhero team-up series, Robot Chicken co-creator and prolific voice actor Seth Green will help bring the pink, wish-granting genie to life. Green thus succeeds Jim Gaffigan, who voiced Thunderbolt in a pair of Season 2 episodes in which Mike (played by Trae Romano) unwittingly conjured, met, and then labored to precisely guide the powerful imp. In Stargirl‘s Season 2 finale, Mike and his friend Jakeem (Alkoya Brunson) brought Thunderbolt...

VeeCon 2022: Seth Green Has His Top Guys On The Job And Ready To Kick Down Doors To Get His Bored Ape Back

Comedian, actor and writer Seth Green shared his frustration with having several non-fungible tokens stolen by a hacker while speaking at VeeCon 2022. Stolen Bored Ape: Prior to VeeCon 2022, Green tweeted that he had a Bored Ape Yacht Club, two Mutant Ape Yacht Club and one Doodles NFTs stolen from his wallet. The value of the NFTs was more than $300,000 at the time of the transaction.

Buffy's Seth Green to replace Stargirl star in season 3

Stargirl season three has called in Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Seth Green to take over the role of Thunderbolt. The wish-granting, electrically-charged pink 'imp' was originally voiced by Jim Gaffigan when the character made their Arrowverse debut in Stargirl's second season, but fans can expect Thunderbolt to sound a little different when he returns.

Seth Green Loses Bored Ape, the Star of His Animated Series, to a Phishing Scam

The star of Seth Green's new show, White Horse Tavern, has been kidnapped — but getting him back may be difficult, because he's not real. The animated character, known as Bored Ape, is an NFT, or non-fungible token. NFTs have recently grown in popularity as a type of digital financial security that can be sold or traded online, but it turns out they're not so secure after all. Green, who is known for having a large NFT collection, recently announced that Bored Ape would be the star of his upcoming animated series, but before the show could become a reality, the actor was robbed of several NFTs, Bored Ape included, when he accidentally interacted with a phishing site.

DC's Stargirl Adds Seth Green in Surprising Season 3 Recast

DC's Stargirl will return for its third season on The CW this fall, but when it does it will be with a new voice for Thunderbolt. According to TVLine, Seth Green will be replacing Jim Gaffigan in the role of the mystical character which made his debut in Season 2 when Mike Dugan (Trae Romano) unwittingly conjured him and then, later, wished him away, leading to Thunderbolt to finding Mike's friend, Jakeem (Alkoya Brunson).