Everyone can now buy NFT with their bank card, just like they would with any other items from a vending machine.
On February 22, Neon’s NFT vending machine at 29 John St., New York, NY, became operational. This is the world’s first NFT vending machine, which allows anyone to purchase NFTs in the same way that they would normally purchase a product from a vending machine. The machine is also on 24/7.
After making a payment, the buyer will be given a QR code that can be used to view the artwork on devices such as laptops or smartphones that have a QR code scanning software program installed.
What’s special about buying NFTs at the machine is that you won’t know exactly what you’ll get and will only learn about the details by scanning the QR code with your phone, tablet, or other devices. For NFT collectors and investors, this is a bit of a risk, but it’s also a lot of fun. Many people have come to buy NFTs at the machine. They are both experienced NFT collectors and also those who came out of curiosity. The NFTs sold at this machine cost between $6 and $420 USD.
This NFT vending machine was built and is operated by Neon, a Solana blockchain-based NFT marketplace and gallery. The NFT vending machine is straightforward to use even if you are unfamiliar with blockchain or cryptocurrency. In addition, transactions made at the machine are carbon-neutral and have far lower processing costs than traditional NFT purchases. This is a new approach that helps NFT collectors overcome a variety of obstacles. Rather than going through a variety of steps on exchanges, acquiring the crypto that the exchange requires, and paying a high fee to get NFTs, one may now simply go to the NFT vending machine and buy NFTs.
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