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More Australians launching NFT products

More Australian artists, musicians and retailers are diving into the metaverse with the creation of NFTs that can be promoted and traded on secure Australian-based Etherium networks such as Bulltalk.io.

Recently launched blockchain social media and NFT platform Bulltalk.io has more creatives turning to it every day for a secure space to mint, promote and sell NFTs.

Chief Executive Officer of Lehmansoft, which owns Bulltalk.io, Raymond Chen said the platform was exploding with more and more virtual Australian content.

Bulltalk.io is unique – it is a decentralised network that combines the best features of platforms like OpenSea, Instagram, Reddit and Twitter including advanced social media capabilities and a secure Ethereum-backed marketplace.

Mr Chen said the metaverse was evolving rapidly bringing together the digital and physical worlds that were providing new opportunities for creators and retailers.

“Digital assets used to be thought of as a niche world for tech companies but more luxury brands and retailers are jumping on board and finding fresh opportunities to innovate with new products in the metaverse.

“NFTs are increasing in popularity as and famous brands such as Lladró and internationally renowned artists are turning to Bulltalk.io as a trusted space to create, mint and sell NFTs.”

Mr Chen said digital assets were opening up a world of new opportunities for retailers as blockchain and cryptocurrencies were becoming more mainstream.

“Bulltalk.io is a safe, Australian-owned and managed platform that is supporting retailers to explore these new avenues,” he said.

“NFTs provide a new way to interact with a brand and its products as well as create digital-first virtual products beyond physical stores.
“We are providing more options to help Australian artists, musicians and fashion brands take their first steps into the digital world.”

Secondary editor and executive officer at Tech Business News. Contracting as an IT support engineer for 20 years Matthew has a passion for sharing his knowledge of the technology industry. He's also an advocate for global cyber security matters.

Matthew Giannelis
Matthew Giannelis
Secondary editor and executive officer at Tech Business News. Contracting as an IT support engineer for 20 years Matthew has a passion for sharing his knowledge of the technology industry. He's also an advocate for global cyber security matters.

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