London-based multi-chain NFT marketplace, myNFT, has announced the launch of its NFT Vending Machine at the inaugural NFT.London event, scheduled to take place from November 3–4, 2022, at the QEII Centre in London.
NFT.London is a Premier conference hosted by the organisers of NFT.NYC, and the physical NFT vending machine showcasing leading NFT projects will be located just outside the conference venue. All proceeds from the smart machine will be donated to charities like the “Giveth organization“, a blockchain-based not-for-profit, and “Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity“, an Amersham-based non-profit organization.
This myNFT initiative is consistent with the brand’s commitment to making NFTs available to everyone, and there is considerable buzz among crypto enthusiasts around this first ever NFT vending machine coming to Europe. Conference attendees and passers-by can both purchase NFTs through myNFT’s vending machines, even if they don’t own a crypto wallet.
Interested users just have to select one of the concealed envelopes that are put on display in the vending machine. After paying a flat rate of £10, they’ll be able to scan the QR code provided in the envelope. Users will then be prompted to set up a free myNFT account combined with an NFT wallet. A random NFT from the inaugural myNFT collection (worth up to £200) will then be issued at the digital wallet address.
Popular NFT brands like BBC’s Doctor Who: Worlds Apart trading card NFTs, Sheffield-based The Skyhi Club NFTs, and Manchester-based Sport Head Originals Team (aka SHOT) NFTs are some of the projects that’ll be featured in myNFT’s inaugural collection at NFT.London 2022.
Since its inception, myNFT has worked towards overcoming the major bottlenecks in the NFT industry. The NFT trading platform is built on Moonbeam, which provides a perfect blend of multi-chain features; allows users to buy and sell NFTs in both fiat and cryptocurrencies; and its proprietary GBM auction system ensures a great trading experience through the bid-to-earn feature.
MyNFT was founded by blockchain pioneers Hugo McDonaugh, Edouard Bessire, and Guillaume Gonnaud, and it launched its first version earlier this year in June 2022, following a $7 million Series A funding led by “Scytale Ventures.”
The trio carry vast experience in the NFT space, having previously worked on their first platform, “Cryptograph,” since 2018. “Cryptograph” was a charitable NFT platform that helped celebrities and artists to create and sell their NFTs while donating the revenue to a charitable cause of their choosing.
myNFT is a bronze sponsor of the inaugural NFT.London event at Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Co-Founder & COO Edouard Bessire will be speaking at the session titled “How to Price NFTs: A Look at Existing Pricing Mechanisms and their Pitfalls” on November 4, 2022 at 10:10 AM.
Co-Founder and CEO Hugo McDonaugh will also be speaking at two sessions on both event dates. On November 3, 2022, he will be speaking at the “Gaming is the Trojan Horse for the Future” session with Signum Growth Capital’s CEO & Founder Angela Dalton. Then on November 4, 2022, Hugo will be part of a panel discussing “Cross-Chain NFT Swaps” at 3:30 PM.
myNFT’s “Head of Growth” and the host of the popular “Millennial Entrepreneur” podcast, Sina Sadrzadeh, as well as myNFT’s “Head of Community,” Jake Scott, will also be speaking at the NFT.London conference on Thursday, November 3, 2022.