The LINE NFT Marketplace, a Japanese messaging service, has officially launched. LVC, the company’s blockchain subsidiary, launched the marketplace.
The marketplace will distribute around 40,000 NFTs to its 90 million customers. On the platform, users may buy and sell NFTs. The LINE BITMAX Wallet may be used to store NFTs.
Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings, a well-known Japanese entertainment company, will have NFTs in the marketplace, as will the anime series Mobile Police Patlabor and the LINE character Betakkuma. In addition, the firm is associated with 17 other creators.
On April 20, manga artist Yashiro Azuki will release an original NFT.
In addition, to commemorate the introduction of the NFT marketplace, the business has created a “NFT Lottery Campaign.” The campaign will continue through May 8th.
As part of this promotion, 1,000 people will get a “10,000 yen Amazon gift voucher” by supplying an NFT number, which each user obtains after creating an account.
The company will also hold a retweet contest from April 15 to 19, with 500 winners getting a “1,000 yen Amazon gift card.”
The LINE NFT marketplace was launched just a few weeks ago. Users will be able to use NFTs as LINE’s official stamps and stickers, according to the outlet.