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The Japanese company Line, the operator of the messenger of the same name, has launched a platform for trading non-fungible tokens.
In Japan, LINE has launched LINE NFT(@linenft_jp), an #NFT marketplace.LINE NFT will feature a wide range of content, including Yoshimoto NFT Theater, a series of exclusive NFT movies from Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings Co. Ltd. #nftnews #NFTs #NFTMarketplace pic.twitter.com/x9cgntVgbB
— Nftigoo (@nftigoo) April 13, 2022
The initiative was implemented by a subsidiary of LVC Corporation, which oversees Line’s cryptocurrency business.
In partnership with major Japanese entertainment conglomerate Yoshimoto Kogyo, the marketplace will offer 40,000 different NFTs. In particular, tokens in the form of characters and videos from popular anime series like Patlabor the Mobile Police.
Purchased NFTs will be stored in the LINE BitMAX wallet.
Earlier, Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten launched its NFT marketplace.
Recall, Line announced the launch of its own public blockchain Link Chain and cryptocurrency called Link in 2018. In the same year, the company launched the Bitbox cryptocurrency exchange in Singapore.
In 2019, Line opened BitMax, a regulated cryptocurrency platform, to users in Japan.
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