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Logan Paul released ‘Liquid Marketplace’ for fractionalized NFT art

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Renowned YouTuber and social media personality Logan Paul recently introduced his “liquid marketplace” for fractionalized NFT art. “By fractionalizing expensive assets, we have basically made it possible for anyone to have anything,” Paul tweeted.

As stated by Paul, this platform allows collectors to jointly enter and own the rarest items in the world. Liquid Marketplace focuses on the huge gap between collectors via fractional ownership. Mainly, it enables faithful fans to have a special and fabulous item without pricing.


On its official website, the NFT Marketplace has stated that it is a home to valuable collectibles. It offers entry to anyone who is interested in creating their series. Via the platform, collectors can create once-in-a-lifetime finds and get a piece of history. In addition, they can purchase, sell, and deal their way to the supreme NFT series.

Initially, the platform values, verifies, and evaluates collectibles. After that, it stores the items in a safe physical treasury. Later, the tokens are priced at $0.10 on the platform’s offerings page. Next, collectors can purchase the tokens on a first-come, first-served base and become partial owners of the goods.

Eventually, after the sale of the offering, these collectibles will be accessible to the secondary market of the platform. After that, collectors can trade the NFTs on our real-time exchange.

Amid the rarest collectibles on the platform which you can jointly own are a PSA 8 Pikachu Illustrator value at $1.1 million, the Pokémon Box first version Logan Paul ($378,000), and a CryptoPunk # 6837 ($250,000).

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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