With the NFT Vending Machine, NEON connects the physical and digital worlds

If you want to know what the future holds, go no farther than the Solana-based Neon Marketplace. They have built an NFT vending machine in New York City in order to offer digital treasures to the public.

NEON identified a variety of onboarding challenges for new members to the NFT environment throughout their study, such as negotiating coins, wallets, and security. As a result, they rebranded the NFT shopping experience to include a more recognizable transactional style. To that purpose, New York City visitors may now buy non-fungibles from a standard vending machine.

Users may therefore make purchases using a variety of fiat-based payment methods, including as Visa, Mastercard, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay. For the time being, the initiative is only accessible in two collections: Party Pigeons and Project Color. When a collectable is bought, the machine will deposit a box holding a QR code, which consumers may scan to redeem it.

As a result, this represents the beginning of NEON's attempt to merge the digital and real worlds. In the future, they want to add more artists to the initiative and introduce more machines around the United States. So, if you're drunk and staggering about New York at 4 a.m., you may finally satiate your insatiable want for digitables.

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