Singapore, Singapore, 19th January, 2022,
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), a mobile multiplayer online game, has released its first-ever NFT collection, The Aspirants – now available on Binance NFT marketplace from (11 AM UTC on January 19).
Binance NFT, the NFT marketplace of Binance, the world’s leading blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider, offers an open market for artists, creators, crypto enthusiasts, NFT collectors and creative fans around the world with the best liquidity and minimal fees. Binance NFT aims to build the first and largest GameFi NFT trading platform for gaming projects via IGO (Initial Game Offering), featuring core in-game assets for top gaming projects.
The Aspirants NFT collection,featuring Layla and Fanny, two popular female heroes in MLBB, will offer 12 unique mystery boxes with 4 different grades, each containing a digital figure and exclusive animations of the characters.
MLBB has become one of the leading mobile games worldwide, especially in Southeast Asia, reaching 1 billion downloads and 100 million monthly active players.
About Binance NFT
Binance NFT, the official NFT marketplace of Binance, offers an open market for artists, creators, crypto enthusiasts, NFT collectors and creative fans around the world with the best liquidity and minimal fees. Consisting of three product lines: Premium Events, Mystery Box and a marketplace. Now, Binance NFT aims to build the first and largest GameFi NFT trading platform for gaming projects via IGO (Initial Game Offering) – featuring core in-game assets from top gaming projects.
For more information, visit https://nft.binance.com/
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