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MyNFT introduces the first NFT vending machine

Low-cost multi-chain NFT marketplace myNFT introduces the first European non-fungible token vending machine. The initiative aims to make NFTs more accessible to different niches of consumers.  

The machines will be first exposed during NFT.London on November 3 and 4 at Queen Elizabeth II Centre Broad Sanctuary. Any passersby will have an opportunity to mint an NFT, as the vending machines will be set up outside the conference venue.

Customers will be able to purchase NFTs; no digital wallet nor previous tech experience is needed. After paying, individuals will receive a QR code that invites them to set up a myNFT profile; only then will they receive the minted tokens. 

Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase up to five NFTs for a set cost of £10 per each. The tokens will be assigned randomly, solucky buyers might even receive £230-worth NFTs. The machines will feature artworks from myNFT’s inaugural collection, including Dr. Who Worlds Apart, Delft Blue Night Watch, and Thunderbirds brands. 

“There is so much potential in the NFT market and it’s such a shame to see some of that go to waste when possible new entrants are put off getting involved by various unnecessary and complicated barriers,”

said the co-founder of MyNFT, Hugh McDonaugh. 

In addition to the inclusive initiative, myNFT will donate proceeds from sales to Marvellous Children’s Charity and Giveth, a blockchain-based platform for peer-to-peer donations. 

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