China’s ‘Instagram’ Integrates Conflux For NFTs – Forkast News
Xiaohongshu, or “Little Red Book,” a popular social media application widely described as the Chinese equivalent of Instagram, has integrated layer-1 public blockchain Conflux Network, allowing users to showcase their non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on their profile pages, Conflux announced on Thursday.
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- Conflux said that Xiahongshu’s more than 200 million active monthly users can present their NFTs minted on Conflux on the platform’s digital collectible section called “R-Space.”
- Influencers on Xiaohongshu have recently been strutting NFT clothes. The virtual costumes could start from 20 yuan (US$2.96) for a head ornament, to a sci-fi-themed dress priced at 5,000 yuan on R-Space.
- Singapore-registered Conflux has gained government endorsements in some parts of China and has collaborated with brands such as McDonald’s China.
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Timmy Shen is a Taipei-based journalist at Forkast. Previously, he wrote for Caixin Global and TechNode, covering topics ranging from fintech to fan economy. He also cares about LGBT+ issues and is a shabu shabu fanatic. Timmy holds an MS degree from Columbia Journalism School.@timmyhmshenTimmy Shen
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