The NFT platform will start with anime, cartoon, and game-themed NFTs from Shu Yamamoto’s Step Into Cat Art show.
A virtual exhibition of Yamamoto’s art, Step Into Cat Art, was presented in September 2021 on Viveport. Soon, you’ll be able to buy NFTs of them. Starting with a “Collect-to-Unlock” NFT Mystery Box special event, the full Hisstine Chaple ceiling artwork will be accessible.
Those who buy Cat Art NFTs will also be able to acquire limited edition 3D Cat Art NFTs like the one seen above.
At launch, Vive Bytes will accept both fiat and cryptocurrency payments and allow users to connect MetaMask wallets to their accounts. The marketplace aims to incorporate auctions in the future.
According to Viveport’s general manager, Joseph Lin, NFTs are redefining how we think about identity and ownership. The world’s first Cat Art online exhibition with our partners last year, we’re now offering various forms of CAT ART NFTs so visitors may expand and diversify their digital art collections.
The HTC Vive isn’t new to NFTs. In December, the business offered NFTs of Alphonse Mucha’s Art Nouveau masterpieces through its Vive Arts Marketplace.
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