OKX, a crypto exchange announced a partnership with South China Morning Post, a Hong Kong-based, Jack Ma-owned newspaper, to create non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The NFTs will feature posts, video clips, and historical archives collected across its 118 years of legacy.
OKX premium users to get priority access to the NFT collection.
South China Morning Post To Create Collectible NFTs Of Their Historic Archives
Jay Hao, CEO of OKX, believes in the potential of the crypto and metaverse and remarks on the collaboration with South China Morning Post (SCMP) as a significant milestone.
“There is significant potential in the crypto and metaverse space and OKX is striving to create a more welcoming environment for all. Our collaboration with SCMP is just the beginning of this ambitious program.”
South China Morning Post is looking forward to commemorating the drop around 1997’s impact on the consequential history of Asia. The newspaper is all set to highlight contemporary reports revolving around the Handover of Hong Kong from British to Chinese rule, the Asian Financial Crisis, the deaths of Deng Xiaoping and Princess Diana, the Avian flu outbreak, and others.
Commenting on the development, Jay Hao said:
“We are proud to onboard and serve our global family under the OKX Premium client program. There exists significant potential in the crypto and metaverse space and OKX is striving to create a more welcoming environment for all. Our collaboration with SCMP is just the beginning of this ambitious program.”
Gary Liu, SCMP’s CEO, said:
“Through our artifacts whitepaper, we look forward to inspiring other ‘guardians of history’ to share our vision of making history more discoverable, connected, and collectable. We are delighted to have OKX as our partner in our endeavor to create media-centric metaverse projects.”
OKX Expanding Partnerships For Metaverse And NFTs
OKX’s belief has helped it expand tremendously in the metaverse and NFT space by creating highly engaging platforms for users. Recently, OKX invests in the crypto gaming accelerator startup GamePad, which aims to accelerate metaverse projects.
Moreover, OKX’s first venture into the world of sport and entertainment with a partnership with Manchester City football club adds another milestone in its goals.
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