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NFTMANIA of the RUSH COIN Foundation in Korea, From Games to NFT Open Marketplace

PRESS RELEASE. The topic of this year in the blockchain and crypto industry is by far the NFT. Amid the global NFT craze, the RUSH COIN Foundation, a blockchain-based comprehensive entertainment platform that operates NFTMANIA is drawing attention.

The RUSH COIN Foundation entered the NFT business in earnest at the end of April of this year and introduced NFT products in a new area that they had never experienced before with various artists to the market.

The RUSH COIN Foundation jointly developed the famous game ‘Special Force NFT’ based on 100 million users with DragonFly, a KOSDAQ-listed company, and conducted an auction of the Special Force logo and game item NFT.

NFTMANIA released KPOP NFTs such as the single album ‘Rush’ by RIAA’, ‘tiger is coming’ by LEENALCHI.

NFTMANIA is steadily producing various and fresh contents, such as Poppin NFT with Poppin Hyun-joon, Light NFT with Hwang Moon-seong, Loyalty NFT with movie actor Kim Bo-seong, STAR NFT with Song Ho-joon, a media artist who became famous for launching artificial satellites by individuals.

Recently, RUSH COIN has added Orbit Bridge of blockchain technology company Ozys to enter the DeFi market, and support the liquidity pool by listing on Klayswap as KRUSH.

 

-RUSHCOIN Foundation Homepage: http://rushcoin.io/

-NFT MANIA Homepage: https://nftmania.io/

-Coinmarketcap: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/rush-coin/

-Telegram Group: https://t.me/rushglobal

-Contact Email: info@rushcoin.io

 


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