New Ethereum-based digital collectibles market Meme Factory goes live

New Ethereum-based digital collectibles market Meme Factory goes live

A new Ethereum-based digital collectibles market called Meme Factory went live this week. The platform was created by district0x, a network of decentralized marketplaces behind the DNT token, and will allow users to create, issue, and trade rare digital collectibles.

Users can now trade “provably rare” digital collectibles on Meme Factory

The digital collectibles industry has grown immensely since the launch of Crypto Kitties and is now a burgeoning niche within the crypto industry. A new blockchain-based marketplace went live this week, giving users another place to trade digital collectibles.

Meme Factory, a marketplace created by District0x Network, launched today. The Ethereum-based platform will enable users to create and issue “provably rare” digital collectibles on a “truly decentralized marketplace,” the company said.

Meme Factory will enable its users to create original memes that can be tokenized. Every meme created on the platform will be submitted for consideration to the “Dank Registry.” The registry will be run by curators, who are also the holders of the platform’s native DANK token and decide on what memes make it to the platform.

Ethereum-based Meme Factory samples
A few of the memes available as “provably rare digital assets” on Meme Factory

An Ethereum-based platform that has been a year in the works

According to District0x, Meme Factory has been in the works for more than a year. The early-stage company managed to raise $9 million via ICO in 2017 and was backed by major venture capital firms such as Boost VC and CoinFund.

The funds enabled District0x to develop various apps and features, such as the ability to buy the memes approved for the Dank Registry using ETH. The platform will also enable users to trade and resell existing memes on secondary markets.

The company also plans on enabling developers to build websites on Meme Factory in the future. The so-called “districts” will essentially be decentralized autonomous organizations that enable posting, searching and payments.

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