• Chronicle, an NFT platform, announces the launch of a secondary market and auctions, as well as the incorporation of USDC

  • Chronicle, a “digital collectibles marketplace,” has announced the addition of a secondary market, auctions, and cryptocurrency connections. Simultaneously, Chronical announced that it will accept payments in USDC, Circle’s dollar-based stablecoin.

    The NFT platform, which was launched last year, is aimed at a global market for “authenticated” digital artifacts from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. In ahead of the Super Bowl, Chronical is advertising the “Immortal NFTs” for the Puppy Bowl.

    The digital exchange, which will serve as a secondary market, is set to launch on February 16th. Every sale on the Chronical platform will include a 5% transaction fee.

    The company has also worked with Onfido, a worldwide identity verification and authentication provider, for its KYC [know your customer] solution, which performs biometric verification for user onboarding, according to Chronicle.

    “THESE NEW OFFERINGS REPRESENT A SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE IN CHRONICLE’S GROWTH, AND OPEN UP NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR COMMUNITY OF FANS TO ENGAGE WITH THEIR FAVORITE BRANDS AND ENTERTAINERS, AND MORE EFFECTIVELY MONETIZE THEIR COLLECTIONS,” SAID TIM GLOVER, CHRONICLE’S CEO AND CO-

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