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BingX Enables Fractional NFT Trading on its Platform

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Crypto social trading exchange BingX is thrilled to launch its fractional NFT trading feature on its platform. This comes after the success of its inaugural NFT crowd subscription project back in April.

Previously, the platform has successfully subscribed for MAYC#15186, Otherdeed#99961, and airdropped Otherdeed#14996 for MAYC# holders through the blue-chip NFT fragment subscription activity.

Holders are now able to freely buy, sell and trade the shards of these 3 NFTs on the BingX platform, lowering the threshold for everyone to participate in the NFT market, helping everyone to capture the market fluctuations of blue-chip NFTs with small funds.


NFT details:

  • MAYC#15186

This NFT has a total of 1000 shards.

  • Otherdeed #99961

The NFT has a total of 200 shards.

  • Otherdeed #14996

This NFT has a total of 1000 shards.


How to conduct shard transactions?

  1. Open your BingX app, go to homepage and click on NFT
  2. Enter the NFTs page (hyperchain), then click “Transaction”
  3. Choose Spot and select the transaction target of NFT fragments (MAYC#15186/Otherdeed#99961/Otherdeed##14996)
  4. Proceed with the transaction

Stay tuned as BingX will further enrich the variety of NFT fragments and related functions, adding more value and empowering both novice and experienced traders alike.


About BingX

Founded in 2018, BingX has grown to become the world’s leading social trading platform offering popular coins such as LEND, EGCC, ORN, FUD, and HAMTARO. It is a global digital asset, spot, and derivatives trading platform that provides a safe, reliable, user-centric, and open ecosystem with intuitive social trading features to enrich the entire cryptocurrency industry. In the countries and regions where BingX operates, it has registered or obtained financial services licenses recognised and regulated by local governments.