The hottest news and updates from the POAP ecosystem.

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  • Hypebeast published a Captain Morgan press release on a new collab with Ben Baller that discussed the previous Captain Morgan POAP.
  • NFT Evening published an overview of Gmoney's ITERATION-02 drop and how POAPs were incorporated into it.
  • The Players' Tribune explained how to mint a POAP for listening to The Knuckleheads podcast.
  • ETHGlobal tweeted a video quote from Patricio on the great atmosphere at ETHGlobal events.



Builders are the unsung heroes of the POAP ecosystem!

  • Gnosis Chain (the chain on which POAPs are minted) merged to a Proof of Stake consensus mechanism.


  • POAP Art recently launched canvases in the shape of a circle. The DeFi Latam community was the first to hold a painting party on one.


POAP Checkout was used to raise $2,000 for a holiday toy drive for Children's Hospital Los Angeles! Photos of toys purchased will be viewable via Welook Moments in the POAP app.
  • The NBA x Amex dropped three POAPs for attending the "Amex x NBA 2k23 Lab" (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). Holders of these POAPs were eligible for free virtual currency that can be used for in-game purchases in NBA 2k23
  • Manchester City of the English Premier League dropped a POAP to celebrate winning the Ballon d'Or Club of the Year award.
  • Cisco dropped a POAP at the Cisco Live Melbourne conference.
  • eBay x KnownOrigin dropped a POAP for visitors to the KnownOrigin booth at Sneakercon London.
  • Lacoste dropped a POAP at a community event in New York City.
  • At a show in Mexico City, Tiago PZK dropped another POAP.
  • At a show in Washington, D.C., Gryffin dropped another POAP.
  • Art Blocks used POAP Checkout to celebrate their two-year anniversary and raised ~$20,000 for charity.
  • There was a POAP for attendees of the Google Developer Groups Cloud Hong Kong DevFest.
  • NFT Factory Paris dropped a POAP at an exhibit.
  • Courses at Boston College, the University of Bologna, and la Universidad Católica de Murcia dropped POAPs to students.
  • A POAP to celebrate the birth of the world's first sad clown.