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Japan Airlines and Hakuhodo Launch the Second Batch of Kokyo NFTs

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Japan Airlines (JAL), in partnership with the Japanese advertising company Hakuhodo has launched a second edition digital collectibles designed to enhance the tourism experience within the country. The Kokyo NFTs are designed to bring visitors closer into the Japanese culture by using tokenized assets and local experiences.

Both companies deployed the first edition in February 2023. Kokyo NFTsThe collection also helped to deepen the relationship between holders and local companies. The collection also helped deepen relationships between holders, and between holders with local companies. The latest collection incorporates tokenized RWAs as tourists are shown unique experiences not found on guidebooks and websites. The companies classify Japanese activities and crafts as RWAs.

The statement emphasized the benefits to the country. Announcement:

“The companies view these as RWAs and, by tokenizing such experiences and crafts in six regions of Japan, aim to increase relationship populations and undertake new regional development by appropriately spreading the value of the experiences to more people around the world.”

Holders of Kokyo NFTs are entitled to exclusive hometown experiences within six out of eight regions in Japan. The digital collection has been divided into six categories: Fireworks Cruises, Premium Sakes, Japanese Knives, Samurai Familys, Space Arts, and Kokutoshochu. Each group gives access to local activities in the various regions of the country.

Users can buy the Kokyo NFT using direct fiat deposits or crypto payments using the Ethereum layer-2 solutions Astar zkEVM. After purchasing the collectible, the user will be invited to a private Discord channel where they can connect with other holders and receive exclusive information about the region they’ve invested in.

Japan Airlines’ deepened foray into non-fungibility is not uncommon among airline companies. Other airlines have used NFTs in their services for a variety tasks. Rewarding customersThe following are some examples of how to get started: Easy ticketing. Time will tell whether other airlines adopt NFTs in a similar fashion.

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