TX, Austin, United States, 28th Apr 2023, King NewsWire – RaiCa, a blockchain technology company, has announced the launch of its NFT marketplace, “RaiCa NFT Farming,” for crypto enthusiasts to create and trade unique digital assets. The platform is like OpenSea, offering users the ability to mint, trade, and auction NFTs with other users.
“We’re excited to launch RaiCa NFT Farming, which is designed to enable individuals and businesses to create and monetize their own digital assets, including artwork, music, and other creative works,” said the team behind RaiCa. “Our platform offers users a simple and seamless way to create and trade their NFTs, while also providing advanced features for more experienced traders and collectors.”
RaiCa NFT Farming offers a wide range of customization options, including the ability to set royalties, fixed prices, or auction prices for NFTs. Users can also create NFT bundles, and the platform allows creators to set the total supply of their NFTs.
The RaiCa team is also inviting developers to join Consensus Austin, a conference hosted by CoinDesk, where they can connect with other developers and industry experts, learn about the latest blockchain technologies and trends, and share their knowledge and experience.
“We’re committed to building a strong community around RaiCa and our NFT marketplace, and we believe that Consensus Austin is the perfect venue for developers to come together and collaborate,” said the RaiCa team.
Consensus Austin will take place from October 9-11, 2023, at the JW Marriott Austin. The conference will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, and networking opportunities for developers and other blockchain professionals.
Contact Person: RaiCa Team
Email: [email protected]
Country: United States
Release Id: 2804233299
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