Chennai, TN, 23 Oct 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, One of India’s Popular Crypto News Website Coingosh.com has announced that it will be launching its own NFT marketplace at the end of this year, it will let users mint, collect and trade non fungible tokens. Speaking to its Founder, Bernard G a Blockchain Developer and a Senior Consultant for various companies, He said they are making NFTs more accessible for various Artists and Creators by building simple dashboards and interfaces that put the complexity behind the scenes. We’re adding various features that open new avenues for conversation & integration with various third party tools.
On its news site, Coingosh, a spot and Cryptocurrency news portal, announced the establishment of an NFT marketplace. According to CEO Bernard’s knowledge, the marketplace will be available in all of the locations. Coingosh is most certainly aiming to capitalize on the popularity of these products, which are valued in the billions of dollars on specialist decentralized markets.
According to a Coingosh blog post, the new marketplace will let users link their existing profiles and use the smart search function to find new NFT. You’ll be able to bookmark your favorite NFTs and look at various collections and stats for each one. As a result, the marketplace contains a minting tool that allows users to generate their own NFTs using pictures and other data. They are coming out with an authentication tool to identify pirated NFTs, a legal framework to fight against copyright issues and a process to issue Certificate of Authenticity for valid NFTs
Coingosh will be introducing a simpler way to bid on NFTs using multi wallets, the option to produce digital art without needing to build an official collection, and a faster listing procedure were all featured in the Marketplace. They are also going to have an Asset Management tool focussing on Corporate and NFT buyers. He also mentioned that they have an interesting roadmap which includes a Crypto Exchange, a Gaming Landscape and a Blockchain Framework for Developers in the years to come.