You can get your hands on free NFTs from Anicube, the joint venture between Animoca and Cube Entertainment. The video NFTs feature well-known K-pop artists from Cube Entertainment. On April 15, 2022, link your MetaMask wallet to Anicube’s website by 11 a.m. KST if you want to be a part of the free drop.
The Sandbox, Crazy Kings, and Crazy Defense Heroes are all made by Animoca Brands, which makes games that are new and different. Cube Entertainment, on the other hand, is an entertainment company that finds new talent, trains them with experts, and helps them become successful musicians. Anicube, their joint business, brings K-pop and K-culture to the open metaverse.
Anicube is working on a music metaverse that will use NFTs and ecosystem tokens. People who sing and act in popular K-pop music have intellectual property rights that are used in all digital assets. It will have sound sources, albums, photos, and avatars of K-pop musicians in its NFTs. In addition, Cube Entertainment manages about 50 performers. In this case, people like Jo Kwon and BtoB, Pentagon, and Yoo Seon-ho are on the team.
Anicube and The Sandbox have worked together to bring K-culture to people all over the world. Virtual events, experiences, and digital assets will all be made in a special place in the Sandbox metaverse, where the two companies will work together.
It will be on the Polygon blockchain that Anicube’s video NFTs will be made. Those who qualify for the NFTs will get them in the mail by April 18. The good thing is that these NFTs can also be used for other things. In order to make things clear, NFT holders will be able to access the Anicube-created metaverse. To get in on the fun, go to Anicube’s website and link your MetaMask account.