NFT News: Hyundai is Preparing an NFT-collection, Louis Vuitton and Medical Cards as NFTs


The South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai, together with the Meta Kongz NFT project, will create a limited collection of 30 non-fungible tokens, which is scheduled to launch in May 2022.

The automaker will publish all news about the collection in a specially created Twitter channel, @Hyundai_NFT. It already has a video of an animated Meta Kong driving a 1975 Hyundai PONY through space.

Hyundai’s video included a teaser for yet another “Shooting Star NFT” with a cryptic explanation that it was “a ticket to a whole new world” and could lead to “new NFTs”.

In January, Hyundai shared its concept of “Metamobility,” a vision of robotics as an intermediary between the real world and the Metaverse so that the changes users make to the Metaverse are reflected in reality, which “allows humans to overcome the physical limitations of movement through time and space.”

Health card as NFT

Blockchain services company HashCash Consultants has announced a collaboration with an unnamed UK company to create NFTs that will contain information about people’s health.

Health information provided by volunteers will be used to create the NFT. This data will be converted to NFT so it can be shared with healthcare providers, which the company says can be more easily tracked and monetized by the owner.

The issue provides an example of how this type of NFT can be tracked and monetized with a DNA testing kit company that sells its user data to a research firm.

Louis Vuitton

Fashion house Louis Vuitton continues to develop Web3 by releasing new NFTs as part of the Louis: The Game mobile game. The fashion label has added new levels and rewards to their app that will randomly reward players with 10 new profile photo tokens.

The BTC-Alpha team together with trusted volunteer communities created a charity fund ‘Alpha for Ukraine’. You can make a donation to help everyone in Ukraine who needs medicines, humanitarian aid and to support the defence of the country.

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