• Opulous and LINE Have Announced a New Collaboration

  • In recent weeks, there have been numerous stories about the $OPUL token listing, staking possibilities, and the sale of Lil Pump and Soulja Boy’s Music NFT. Opulous has been hard at work developing its platform. It was ecstatic to announce the news of a significant collaboration. Opulous will work with LINE Tech Plus to develop NFT products and increase its presence in Asian markets.

    What does the acronym LINE stand for?

    LINE Corporation’s headquarters are in Tokyo, Japan. In 2011, LINE’s first messaging app was released. In Japan, Thailand, and Taiwan, it has surpassed all others as the preferred mode of communication. The app is currently used by approximately 188 million people.

    China’s WeChat platform, similar to the LINE platform, has evolved into an entertainment, social, banking, news, and music streaming platform. Line Music’s streaming service is one of the primary reasons for an increase in the number of users who subscribe to music streaming services in Japan.

    The LINE BITMAX Wallet in Japan has introduced user-friendly digital assets and NFT items that can now be managed and traded on the NFT market.

    LINE merged with the Z Holdings Corporation by the end of March 2021. It is a SoftBank-Naver Corporation joint venture and one of Japan’s leading internet service providers.

    Expansion of the NFT Product Market

    The primary goal of this strategic alliance with LINE is the development of NFT goods. Opulous discussed how their Music NFTs might be integrated into LINE’s NFT Market in the future. Aside from that, LINE Tech Plus will help them develop blockchain-based services based on the LINE Blockchain Development framework.

    Woosuk Kim, the CEO of LINE Tech Plus, stated in a statement that the company was excited to provide music enthusiasts with unique NFT goods using Opulous’ Music NFT services and their own blockchain technology. The first results of this collaboration with LINE will be released next year.

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