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Asus launches “Art Blackhole” NFT platform

Oct 5, 2022
Asus launches “Art Blackhole” NFT platform
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Notebook manufacturer Asus has announced the launch of the NFT platform. This is the company's first foray into the Web 3.0 industry.

On October 4, Asus introduced an NFT platform on Ethereum, which is called "Art Blackhole". The site is currently open by invitation only. You can purchase unique NFT objects for Taiwan dollars.

Secondary trading is not supported at this time. This feature will be launched soon.

The COO of the company has noted that Asus is following current developments and is striving to develop the industry in different directions.

After the launch of non-fungible tokens, Asus joins other Taiwanese companies that work with the metaverse.

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