• APENFT and Valuart collaborate to launch the Vanity Fair NFT Cover Series

  • The APENFT Foundation and Valuart have collaborated to create The Vanity Fair NFT Cover series. The partnership’s goal is to provide visibility and access to the creative and technology developments that are currently reshaping the art industry.

    The NFT series will be available for purchase on the APENFT marketplace in early January. The Vanity Queen, the first-ever NFT coined by Vanity Fair, will be included in the collection. The collection will also include four Vanity Fair NFT covers with outstanding artwork commemorating the digital art revolution and dedicated to TRON’s founder, Justin Sun.

    APENFT has launched a queue for its future marketplace, which received 500,000 pre-registrations on the first day. Only those on the queue will be able to access the Vanity Fair Covers drop, as well as other lucrative incentives such as airdrops of its governance token, rewards, and referral bonuses. According to APENFT Foundation director Sydney Xiong, the general function of the APENFT marketplace will be to allow users to mint, accumulate, and trade NFTs.

    “We are excited to announce the debut of our APENFT Marketplace, which marks a new milestone in APENFT’s experimental voyage in the worlds of NFT and metaverse.” What sets our marketplace apart from others is our desire to focus on exploiting NFTs to develop powerful and original IP. This collaboration with Valuart is a solid start.”

    APENFT is a platform that connects top-tier artists with blockchains. It was developed to help the creator economy while also attempting to accelerate financial and cultural inclusiveness in the metaverse. Since its inception in March 2021, it has amassed a large collection of artworks by Andy Warhol, Picasso, Alberto Giacometti, Beeple, FEWOCiOUS, Pak, Mitchell F. Chan, and others. Valuart, on the other hand, is a corporation that creates ecosystems to protect and promote the intellectual property of collectors, artists, and brands.

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