Binance, leading blockchain ecosystem and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider has announced, ‘100 Creators’, a new campaign on Binance NFT Marketplace, to support and promote innovative creators from around the world and spotlight NFT pieces from different cultures.
M.I, Nigerian musician and rapper, will launch an exclusive NFT collection as part of 100 Creators on Binance NFT Marketplace. The NFT collection will feature 5 NFTs “exploring the intersection between technology and creativity”. On launching his debut NFT collection on the Binance NFT Marketplace, M.I said: “This is important to me because I believe technology and innovation will improve life. It’s an incredible opportunity to innovate and chart a course forward for creatives all over and I’m honoured to be a part of it.”
Binance NFT will launch on June 24, prioritising optimal user experience, minimal fees, high liquidity and high-value NFTs. The Binance NFT Marketplace will share the same account system as Binance.com. Existing Binance users will be able to access the NFT marketplace and trade with their current Binance accounts. New users will simply have to register on Binance.com to create or trade on the Binance NFT platform.
Emmanuel Babalola, Director at Binance Africa, said: “We are especially excited to host African creators as we see the profound opportunity NFTs and the blockchain bring to the entire continent. As NFTs transform the digital art world, it is important that African creators are provided with an even larger platform with optimal solutions to reach a more global audience”
The 100 Creators will be a pioneer set of creators on the Binance NFT trading market. These creators will be able to list their artworks on the first week of the Binance NFT marketplace launch. The ‘100 Creators Campaign’ will also feature exclusive NFTs from top creators around the world such as Ukrainian Football Club FC Dynamo Kyiv, Africa’s foremost crypto artist, Osinachi and Russian street artist, Misha Most, with one-of-a-kind offerings and world-class collectables.
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