VANCOUVER: Radial Research Corp. (CNSX: RAD) has launched Zoom NFT (zoomnft.io), a platform that is intended to democratise access to the NFT market by allowing its users to easily generate and sell their own NFTs, and to participate in the growing global demand for NFT technologies, a press release said.
The Zoom NFT software will include fully customizable influencer pages, allowing influencers and celebrities a unique online platform to interact with their fans and followers, before, during and after NFT auctions. This is a unique feature which Radial has not seen on current NFT auction platforms.
CEO of Radial Research Corp., Chris Haill, commented: “With the NFT market growing so quickly world-wide, we feel this software puts the Company in a strong, unique position, to fulfil an under-served demand in the sector.”
As the first “Do-It-Yourself” NFT page builder that the Company is aware of, ZoomNFT is aimed to be a leader in the NFT market, allowing the simple marketing and creation of NFTs by any user, regardless of their technical ability. Cryptocurrencies have greatly increased in both popularity and price as they became easier to access. The Company expects the same trends to occur in the NFT marketplace.
Chris Haill added, “we’ve already seen that people consider NFTs to be extremely valuable, and we believe that wider access to these assets will further accelerate the growth of this asset class, and that Radial Research Corp. can participate in that growth.”
Radial Research Corp. is a technology company that develops online and download technologies and services, including software, websites and smartphone applications. The Company has focused recent efforts on e-commerce related technologies, and has acquired Zoompages, an e-commerce platform which we believe greatly simplifies the sales funnel construction process.
The Company is also seeking other opportunities in e-commerce, internet and smartphone-based technologies.
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