MyNFT, a multi-chain nonfungible token, has revealed that it will exhibit the first-ever physical vending machine at this year's London event, which will take place on November 2-4.
The platform aims to provide a simple and convenient way for people to begin acquiring and trading digital assets without requiring vast knowledge of the Web3 industry. Users can purchase an NFT from the vending machine even if they do not have a digital wallet.
Patrons who want to buy it from myNFT's vending machine must first choose one of the displayed envelopes and then enter the code given. Following payment, they will be able to scan the QR code in the envelope, which will include an invitation to create an account, accomplished with an NFT wallet, in which they'll obtain their assets.
Participants interested in partaking can purchase an NFT from the platform’s inaugural collection of donated NFTs, including brands such as Dr. Who Worlds Apart, Thunderbirds, and Delft Blue Night Watch.
The physical NFT vending machine will be positioned outside the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, London, just outside the London conference centre.
The funds raised from the NFT vending machine will benefit Giveth. This blockchain-based philanthropic group finances public goods, services, and education in emerging regions, along with Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity, which also offers specialized nurses to seriously ill children
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