January 17, 2023

MNFTM Launches The World’s First NFT Marketplace For Black Creators

MNFTM has officially launched its premier Web3 NFT marketplace platform for Black and brown creators globally. 

The world’s first NFT marketplace for Black and ethnically diverse creators

The NFT Marketplace will be the world’s first-ever platform created explicitly for Black and ethnically diverse creators. The initiative hopes to address the gap in the market by providing a ground-breaking space where equality and collecting can co-exist in the digital realm. 

Founded by CEO Ed Ukaonu, the marketplace will work to represent all voices in the evolving digital economy. The platform’s business model focuses on providing a full-service experience to artists/creators and collectors/holders.

“We sought to create an NFT marketplace and community that enables Black and ethnically diverse creators globally to participate and thrive in this new digital economy,” said Ed Ukaonu, founder and CEO of MNFTM. 

MNFTM’s core mission is to develop a platform that empowers artists by bringing them closer to their fans and customers. 

Although the platform recognizes art as a personal experience, MNFTM believes searching for and obtaining art should be a shared experience for all. This is why art, music, video, and collectibles will be a fundamental part of the marketplace. 

MNFTM’s virtual world

MNFTM’s platform will also leverage the metaverse to make it easier for clients and customers to interact, no matter their physical location. The company also plans to create a virtual art gallery in the “Comearth” metaverse to showcase art and provide collectors with a unique experience, like access to exclusive art events.

Character for MNFT

“We want [creators] to showcase their exceptional masterpieces to the world by empowering and positioning them with the right tools in this new digital economy, Web 3.0.” added Ukaonu. 

MNFTM is committed to providing a space where equality in creation and collecting is highlighted and celebrated throughout the digital realm. 

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Kumba Kpakima

Kumba Kpakima is a reporter at POCIT. A documentary about the knife crime epidemic in the UK got her a nomination for the UK's #30toWatch Young Journalists of the Year.