OpenSea will launch a customizable airdrop service for creators / TIOTA will launch a campaign to promote the Metaverse ecosystem

According to the official announcement, NFT marketplace OpenSea announced that it is launching a customizable airdrop service for creators in phases, which will be available in the coming weeks, and is now open for Early Access applications. If a creator’s contract meets the ERC721SeaDrop contract standard, they can use this feature to create an airdrop on OpenSea. Drop-down pages on OpenSea are designed to provide a rich, storytelling surface. These landing pages are customizable and provide space for key messages and project information such as minting schedules, countdown clocks, NFT galleries, and roadmaps, as well as images and videos. (PANews report)

TIOTA Chairman Spencer Liang, yesterday brought you a speech on “Internet of Things, Metaverse, Internet of Everything Virtual and Real Integration”, in addition to introducing the metaverse and IoT, but also combined with many own experience and various successful cases, among which Act iDashboard, a product published by Flowring Technology combined with IoT technology, can provide field information, combined with people flow, temperature and humidity sensing, combined with Lale App, carry out character positioning, lottery and other functions, and at the end of the event, the NFT of the Tainan special session was also provided as proof of participation of the participants. Today, the TIOTA Chairman will also hold a ceremony to sign the “Metaverse Innovation and Application Ecosystem” alliance at Soochow University to continue to promote the development and application of the metaverse. (SDChain report)

SixDomainChain (SDChain) is the world’s first decentralized public blockchain ecosystem that integrates international standards of IoT Six-Domain Model and reference architecture standards for distributed blockchain.

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