Compared to some of the jam-packed weeks we’ve recently had at Curate, last week was about measured steps forward.

AMA w/ Huobi

The biggest news of the week came with our CEO and founder, James Hakim, doing a “fireside chat” with Huobi Global. Over 2200 people listened in as James did a fantastic job recounting his own personal history with web2, and early-stage crypto. 

He also outlined his vision for Curate, future NFT trends, and the emerging web3 space in general. On a personal note, James even found a moment to mention me by name during the AMA. That definitely made my day.

The Huobi Global hosts helped create a warm, community-centric conversation. We’re very grateful to them for hosting such a great Twitter Spaces that was enjoyed by so many people listening in. If you haven’t had a chance to listen yet, you can find the AMA here!


This week also saw a new contest giveaway from Curate! We’re happy to be giving away a total of $1000 worth of $XCUR to 20 winners. Details on how to enter this contest can be found on our Twitter feed, here. As far as we can tell, everyone likes free money. So we’re happy to do our best in spreading some joy with a pretty easy contest to enter.  

Divinity Cells Drop

In other news this week, the long-awaited project Divinity Cells dropped on Friday the 22nd. Divinity Cells is an innovative project that features a unique utility of an NFT treasure hunt. Their NFTs are such high-resolution that small symbols have been hidden inside the NFTs.

Winners of the treasure hunt will be able to claim such prizes as 1 full BTC, and many exclusive parties in Tulum, Mexico, and Ibiza, Spain. The founder of Divinity Cells also did a fun AMA with us, which you can find here

Welcome Back

Lastly, our CMO Steve Moore took a much-needed week off to recoup and recover from a busy few months on his end. We’re happy to have him back and can’t wait to see what his newly refreshed creative juices will come up with.

By all accounts, the highlight of his week-off was a particularly crunchy gherkin pickle. So I’m sure I speak for everyone when I say, “Welcome back Steve. Great about your gherkin.”