A cybercrime lawsuit and digital marketing predictions for the year ahead were among the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 1-7.
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The watch brand will create 500 custom timepieces for holders of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs.
Assure is the program the Natural Diamond Council launched in 2019 to test lab-grown diamond screening devices.
Distinguishing natural diamonds from laboratory-grown stones – now more available than ever – has been difficult for jewelers. Until now.
The new tool lets jewelers take customers on a virtual in-store shopping journey.
See how it looked when our editor tried on virtual jewelry via the DressX app.
Sterling silver is now qualified on the latter’s Production System P-1 and P-50.
De Beers Institute of Diamonds provides the very best in diamond verification, education and diamond services.
The data comes from Tenoris, the new trend analysis company started by Edahn Golan and Chris Casey.
There were only 250 made available, selling for more than $50,000.
It allows users to virtually try on diamond rings.
It allows JBT members to access credit information within the marketplace.
The high-end jeweler reportedly paid a $7.5 million ransom to a group of hackers and is suing its insurance company to cover the loss.
The end-to-end software allows for real-time control over all sales, inventory, repairs, customer communications, and marketing.
The alleged scheme involving fake “Love” bracelets, necklaces and rings was designed to circumvent Amazon’s counterfeit detection tools.
Speaker Swan Sit delved into several buzzworthy topics, like blockchain and NFTs.
From “old-school” eBay to new kid on the block 1stDibs, we asked jewelers about their experiences selling jewelry in non-traditional places.
The new app allows salespeople to quickly and easily access a lot of inventory.
The tech giant’s store will introduce shoppers to the metaverse.
Plus, Gemist CEO Madeline Fraser on what she plans to do with the $3 million in new funding.
The platform helps jewelers manage and track repairs via their website and allows customers to place orders online.
It will allow customers to see how the piece they designed looks on their hand before purchasing.