NYSE Launches First Trade NFTs
When we decided to mint the NYSE’s first NFTs it was fitting that we chose to memorialize that particular one-of-a-kind moment.
1/6: It’s a major milestone when a company lists on the NYSE and begins trading for the first time.
Today, we’re celebrating that moment by launching NYSE First Trade NFTs. https://t.co/jyZjzESP7P
Why are we doing this?
— NYSE 🏛 (@NYSE) April 12, 2021
Our first class of NYSE NFTs celebrates the First Trades of these notable listings: Spotify, which executed the first ever Direct Listing, Snowflake, Unity, DoorDash, Roblox and Coupang, the largest U.S. IPO so far this year.
We are starting with these six, but we know there will be many more NYSE NFTs to come as we continue to welcome new, innovative companies to our community.
We’re proud to partner with @NYSE to present The First Trade: a series of #NFTs commemorating the 1st public trades of some of the most innovative companies in the world, including @Spotify, @DoorDash, @Roblox, and more!https://t.co/t3ln8hwjbe pic.twitter.com/oMiYc1goOV
— Crypto.com (@cryptocom) April 13, 2021
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