Major Hiranandani, a real estate developer, has launched non-real estate companies and sales to fund engineering students in need

Major Hiranandani, a real estate developer, has launched non-real estate companies and sales to fund ...

On Wednesday, the Maharashtra-based real estate company announced its transition into the sector of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The ngageN'' platform, which is a Bengaluru-based Indian marketplace, has launched its maiden NFT series called DreamVerse. The proceeds raised from the sale of these NFTs will be used to assist underprivileged engineering students in the Bangalore Institute of Technology. The pieces in this collection are dedicated to the engineers and architects who have contributed to the landscape designs used by the

The buildinger business shared the information on Twitter, along with sneak-peaks of its NFTs.

As we become living with the first ever Real Estate NFT in India, witness history begins to blossom! Discover the amalgamation of dreams and reality. Enter the world of the Dreamverse and spread the magic, according to a tweet from the company.

Our #EngineeringYourDreams NFT series is now available! Participate in the #contest and enjoy great vouchers:1. Retweet this NFT announcement post on your feed2. Follow House of Hiranandani3. Amazon vouchers pic.twitter.com/FuRBmLjniC

All of Dreamverse''s five NFTs have already been sold out for Rs. 15,000 per day as per ngageN''s page. Total revenue per year was 75,000.

KFC India''s signature red and white striped bucket had been announced in August. It''s possible that it will be used as an NFT in the digital world.

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In July, Cadbury Gems converted a slew of kids'' artworks to NFTs.