ASRock Joins The Metaverse with Phantom Gaming EVO NFT

The leading global motherboard, graphics card, and mini PC manufacturer, ASRock, today announces to join the era of metaverse and support the designer and creator community. ASRock issues the first non-fungible token (NFT), Phantom Gaming EVO on OpenSea, the world’s first and largest NFT marketplace. ASRock Phantom Gaming EVO is a crypto art, a short footage of the evolution Phantom Gaming logo. ASRock plans to release 100 pieces of Phantom Gaming EVO. The first 30 pieces are sold on January 28th and priced at 0.1 ETH each.

As digital experiences continue to evolve and attract increasing amounts of people’s attention, the launch of the Phantom Gaming EVO leads ASRock to embrace the era of the metaverse. By leveraging the new technology and design, the NFT delivers the next generation collectibles for preservation. This helps ASRock to serve and connect the community closely and extend the digital footprint to the new stage.

 

 

With the step of issuing the NFT to enter the metaverse and serve the community, a part of the revenue of the NFT issued by ASRock will be invested into the “ASRock NFT Fund” project which is designed to provide opportunities and support to creators, designers, and artists in various fields. Their talents will be revealed and get better career prospects and job satisfaction through this program. As well as, it encourages people to learn more about the world of PC and gaming.

The detail of “ASRock NFT Fund” project will be released on ASRock website soon, and kindly waited.

For more information of Phantom Gaming EVO, please visit:
https://opensea.io/ASRock_Incorporation

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