Neon which has earned recognition as the NFT and digital collecting platform for everyone has unveiled the world’s first NFT vending machine in New York City’s Financial District. The machine is placed just off Wall Street and accepts USD credit and debit cards before delivering a box with a unique code for the selected NFT, which can be readily cashed on the Neon platform.
NFTs are well-known for connecting digital work to a one-of-a-kind and unique token. They will become a widespread, mainstream phenomenon by making themselves more available to everyone. NFTs will be used by artists and creators in a variety of ways as they grow in popularity, including unique airdrops, game interoperability, and access to real art and experiences.
Furthermore, Neon's team intends to significantly increase access to speed up this potential. Neon's mission is to encourage artists and innovators by allowing them to sell digital art to the public, as well as to assist anyone interested in becoming a collector. By giving individuals the option of using vending machines as well as a simple web platform that separates cryptocurrencies from NFT participation, it can reach the broadest possible audience.
Additionally, the launch of one NFT vending machine is unlikely to have a significant impact on markets. But it is expected that the practice of Neon has the potential to spread. If more NFT marketplaces follow Neon’s steps and introduce vending machines, the industry might expand to include new types of investors. This will be particularly true if similar machines are introduced in other cities across the United States and abroad. Neon has established the easiest, most accessible way to acquire, sell and trade NFTs in the real world. The vending machine is open 24 hours a day.