NFT vending machine to make digital art more accessible at London event

NFT vending machine to make digital art more accessible at London event

Multi-chain Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace myNFT has announced that it will showcase its first physical NFT vending machine at this year’s NFT. London event, scheduled for November 2-4. The NFT platform hopes to provide an easy and accessible way for people who want to start buying and trading digital assets without needing in-depth knowledge of the Web3 industry. The vending machine will allow users to purchase an NFT without having a digital wallet.

Users wishing to purchase an NFT through the NFT machine must select one of the envelopes displayed and enter the code provided. After paying, they can scan the QR code on the envelope with an invitation to create an NFT account and an NFT wallet to receive their NFT.

Hugo Mcdonough, CEO of NFT, said: “The most accessible way to buy something is through a vending machine, so with this initiative, we are breaking the perception that buying an NFT is difficult. Interested participants can purchase an NFT from the first NFT collection of donated NFTs, which includes brands such as Dr Who Worlds Apart, Thunderbirds and Delft Blue Night Watch., Westminster, London.

The NFT vending machine’s profits will be given to Giveth, a blockchain-based community of philanthropists that supports public goods, services, and education in underdeveloped countries, as well as to Roald Dahl’s Marvelous Children’s Charity, which gives competent nurses to seriously ill kids. A 24/7 NFT machine that took credit card payments as well as credit and debit card payments was debuted in the Financial District of New York in February by Solana, California-based NFT marketplace Neon. Both the vending machine and the NFT failed to perform as advertised.

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