- Tango officially launch its special Valentine’s Day NFT-like Tango Card auction
- Tango network enables all its users to earn in the network
B2C platform for live video broadcasts, Tango, officially announced the launch of its special Valentine’s Day NFT-like Tango Card auction. In detail, users and investors of the platform will be able to buy and sell their NFT cards on the network’s marketplace. In addition, the creator of the personalized NFT card will receive a part of the revenue.
Tango CEO Uri Raz explained,
“Buying a Valentine’s Day card is a fun way to celebrate the holiday and a great way to stand out among a crowd of fans. It’s also potentially a chance to turn in a good profit—you never know how big your favorite streamer may turn in the future!”
The Tango network enables all its users to earn in the network. The NFT-like Tango cards are one of the platform’s features that enables its users to profit by creating and selling them on the Tango’s marketplace.
Furthermore, Tango also allows its users to support the content creators in the ecosystem through its micro-transaction technology. Hence, allowing users to buy coins and use them to buy content creators gifts that are redeemable for cash.
Moreover, the users who bought their favorite streamer card will also receive a special Tango card. Users can give this card to the Liver during the stream and will also notify when the fans join the stream of a Liver. These cards can also be sold on the network’s marketplace. Therefore, benefitting the previous owner and the creator of the NFT.
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