Cryptographic exchange Gemini, belonging to the Winklevoss brothers, announced the launch of a new platform blockchain named Nifty Marketpalce, allowing non-exchangeable trading tokens (NFT). The main purpose of the entire undertaking is to promote this form tokenizacji.
Non-exchangeable tokens traded on the Nifty Marketplace
According to the notice Gemini, the new platform will serve the introduction of NFT to mass marketing. Nifty Marketplace creates a centralized stock exchange based on the US dollar, dedicated to powered by Gemini collector tokens.
This is so far the world's first solution of this type. Although the platform is available to users from around the world, withdrawals can only be made by US citizens at the moment.
Nifty Marketplace users can put up for sale through the platform NFT tokens.
The receivable in US dollars is paid into a special bank account.
Everyone who joins the Nifty Marketplace has a public profile with their photo and the most important information about themselves. Only email address is required for registration. The creators of the platform have set themselves the goal of acquiring 1 billion NFT users.
The first collections on the Nifty Marketplace have already been launched. One of the users is Michael Kagan, an artist from New York, creating works centered around space travel and futuristic technologies. Exhibitions of Kagan's works can be seen in prestigious contemporary museums.
The second user is Lyle Owerko, artist from Los Angeles - photographer, and third, Cris Cyborg, athlete - MMA fighter.
One of the key assumptions behind the creation of the Nifty Marketplace is to provide direct contact between artists and a wider audience, and the whole process can be followed using blockchain technology.
In addition to artists, the platform will also attract athletes. Recently, there has been a growing turn of representatives of the world of sport towards non-exchangeable tokens.