Diginoor, a non-fungible token marketplace for Rajinikanth’s films (and more of course), has raised $1 million in startup investment.
Among those present were Sandeep Nailwal, FOunder, Polygon Technology, Cred’s Kunal Shah, and Abdul Wahab Al-Halabi, MD of Embassy Capital.
Diginoor, founded in 2021 by Shaamil Karim and Yash Rathod from Chennai, intends to mainstream NFT adoption in India through handpicked Indian entertainment content.
AVM Productions, Reliance Entertainment, and other movie companies are some of their partners.
Diginoor sold out their first NFT collection from Rajinikanth’s Sivaji: The Boss.
The site just included NFTs from Chandramukhi and Kabali, as well as AR Rahman tunes and metaverse props.
Diginoor intends to sell Bollywood NFTs alongside music and celebrity NFTs.
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