Graph Blockchain (CSE: GBLC) this morning announced the launch of its NFT marketplace and augmented reality app. Operated through its New World subsidiary, the marketplace marks the first such platform that is publicly traded.
The marketplace will enables consumers to purchase non-fungible tokens, or NFT’s on its curated marketplace, with such tokens being made available by artists, athletes and celebrities. The app will also allow for the viewing and interaction of NFTs in what is classified as a “geographical virtual experience through AR.”
The platform enables purchases to be made for such tokens via Coinbase and MetaMask, or by using Ethereum. After the purchase is made, experiences are then able to be shared on social platforms such as TikTok.
The company has indicated that the initial public version of the app is now available to consumers in beta mode on the Apple App Store, and is expected to fully launch within the next thirty days. The full version of the app meanwhile is available on the Google Play store for Android devices.
“New World™ has been diligently working behind-the-scenes to ensure a patent-backed strategic position at the forefront of setting the new global standard in trusted NFT authenticity and regulation as the first publicly traded NFT platform,” commented Jay Pizarro, CTO of New World.
Graph Blockchain last traded at $0.05 on the CSE.
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