Jupiter Meta launches India's first NFT marketplace on February 23

On February 23, Jupiter Meta will launch India's first fully curated non-fungible tokens (NFTs) marketplace.


On February 23, Jupiter Meta will launch India's first fully curated Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace.
Jupiter Meta NFT Marketplace | Image: Optimisus

According to reports, the digital marketplace will focus on music, cinema, and gaming, creating unique experiences for each user and allowing everyone to get the most out of their time in the metaverse.


Moreover, Jupiter Meta, co-founded by Sathyan Rajan and Chakradhar Reddy Kommera, seeks to expand in the expanding Web 3.0 field, with the goal of making people's metaverse interactions more involved and personal.


Jupiter Meta's marketplace is supported by its Rubix level-1 blockchain technology, which has no gas fees. The blockchain is environmentally friendly, long-lasting, and completely secure, guaranteeing that users have a quick and secure experience.


Manasa Rajan, Business Head at Jupiter Meta, said,


"Jupiter Meta is an outcome of our vision to create a metaverse for all, for every creative mind, and not just tech buffs. We are witnessing just the beginning of a revolutionary shift in what Web 3.0 can allow us to do and are happy to be starting our journey with the marketplace. We're all defining pop culture at this very moment, and it's only going to get bigger."

"At the same time, the firm will launch the country's first-of-its-kind digital wall art, dubbed 'Icons of Singara Chennai,' celebrating the essence of Chennai," he added.


The project is a digital art collection of landmarks, locations, food, places of worship, beaches, and other symbolic symbols of the city's essence.


These objects will be offered as NFTs in the Jupiter Meta marketplace and will reflect the city's past, present, and future. Each piece is part of a larger art project and has a monetary value based on its size and representation.


The project's art is being led by Karthik SS of 108 Collective. The collective is known for its bizarre, abstract designs and has created numerous installations throughout India.