Hyundai Motor Company will launch the Shooting Star, its first dedicated metamobility NFT collection, via the official NFT website next week. The Shooting Star collection makes Hyundai the first automobile brand in the industry. The entry into the world of NFT started with Hyundai's limited edition collection called the x Meta Kongz. Creating a special website for the online community as well as private channels on Discord and Twitter for the NFT community, Hyundai has reached nearly 127 thousand members so far. This figure reached 86 thousand people on Twitter in a short time.
Using communication channels in the most effective way 7/24 for more unlimited technology and mobility, Hyundai hosts various events for NFT. Members actively serve the community by posting their own posts and photos. Members buy the shares they like and use them for their own work or for hobby purposes.
Hyundai will sell 9 photos on the official NFT website on May 10-10.000 under the Ethereum-based “Shooting Star” NFT name. Hyundai chose the same system when choosing this system because of its reliability. zamIt also plans to change it to be more sustainable in the future.
Regarding the technological developments, Hyundai Global Marketing Director Thomas Schemera said, “With our 'Shooting Star' NFTs, we are expanding the Hyundai brand experience into the metamobility universe. We create unique opportunities for our NFT members to join in the fun. We plan to offer further benefits to create more unique NFTs based on the metamobility universe concept and expand memberships going forward. We invite everyone to be a part of our experimental journey.”
What is NFT? (Non-Fungible Token)
NFT, known as a non-tradable token or popularly known in English as a non-fungible token, refers to a unit of data stored in a blockchain digital ledger, indicating that a digital asset is unique. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other file types. NFT, which we started to hear last year, is shared with blockchains such as Ethereum, Flow and Tezos. NFTs are now used to commodify digital assets in art, music, sports and other popular entertainment.