Creatokia: Blockchain for Publishers


The Creatokia approach: how we make NFTs exciting for the general public

Season 2, Ep. 8

What differentiates Creatokia from other NFT platforms? How do NFTs and the often quoted „metaverse“ work together? And who is actually buying NFTs? John, Jens and Videl discuss these and other questions with Christiaan Vink, project manager, lead concepter and user experience expert for Creatokia. He tells us about his background and how he eventually got into NFTs, becoming part of the Creatokia team. Chris also explains a bit more, why NFTs can be such interesting publishing products and what the so called „OAN“ is. Tune in and get some more insights on NFTs and our platform.

Besides that, John is presenting the 4th batch of our Eternal Masterpiece Collection: the Revolutionaries! Have you checked out the collection already? Have a look here:

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