Chinese Telecom Operator Unveils NFT Marketplace ‘LinkNFT.’ Digital asset NFT casting services are available through LinkNFT for businesses.
More than 30 NFTs were initially released on LinkNFT by China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK).
China Mobile, the country’s largest telecom provider, made a significant statement on December 15 when it unveiled LinkNFT, a free marketplace for NFTs.
One of the main objectives is to make it easier for the people of Hong Kong to access the Web 3.0 Internet, which will offer them a unique experience so that a new digital economy and society may be launched. With this project, we aim to propel Hong Kong into the forefront of the Web 3.0 age by showcasing the convergence of the digital and physical realms.
Boosting Digital Assets Adoption
Using LinkNFT’s NFT casting services for digital assets, businesses can streamline the creation, trading, and circulation of digital assets in different contexts, such as SocialFi, DeFi, and GameFi.
In addition, residents of Hong Kong can manage their digital assets on the chain with MyLink’s proprietary wallet, LinKey.
China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK) released around 30 NFTs on LinkNFT first, with the aid of partners from different industries. There are a total of 35 NFTs in this package, twenty of which are from the MyLink ArLink series and fifteen from other music publishing houses and corporations.
It is anticipated that over 500,000 units of these NFTs will be in circulation. In addition to their monetary value, these NFTs offer the entire Hong Kong community particular rights and privileges unique to Web 3.0.
Web 3.0 apps are reaching a new stage of development as they transition from the digital to the physical realm with Dapp. To provide all Hong Kong residents with a unified digital identity, MyLink is actively extending the ecosystem of Web 3.0 applications.