Yucang, a digital art collection platform incubated by the blockchain business of Hundsun Technologies, announced on Monday that it will be shut down.
Tencent's social networking software WeChat updated its operating regulations for official accounts on the platform on Monday. The regulations now address virtual currencies and digital collections.
The digital collection platform of Chinese fashion e-commerce app Poizon was officially launched on Saturday.
Youyu Art, a distribution platform for digital artwork copyright, announced its official launch on Monday.
A digital collection based on the Beijing Eight Palace Handicrafts will be jointly issued by Tencent and the Dongcheng District Bureau of Culture and Tourism on Lingxi, an NFT marketplace owned by Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com.
Huanhe, an NFT trading platform owned by Tencent, released on Monday a series of digital ink horse collections based on artworks by Xu Beihong, a famous Chinese painter, causing a copyright dispute.
COL Digital Publishing, an operator of online IP rights, on Sunday launched "Fifth Prism," its first digital collection platform for the metaverse.
Geely's Digital Technology Unit officially joined the TBI Digital Collection Project Team, aiming to promote the healthy development of the digital collection industry.
"Youwu," a digital collection platform featuring ancient Chinese cultural artworks, has been officially launched today.
Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming community for younger generations, has released an authorized "Cheers UP" NFT collection for buyers outside of the country.
The Chinese Lunar Exploration Program (CLEP) released the world's first digital collection featuring lunar soil on Baidu Xuper Chain, a highly flexible blockchain architecture with great transaction performance.
This week: Chinese metaverse infrastructure startup Xmov receives $130 million in funding, Shandong Television pursues NFT and metaverse projects, and more.
Inke Limited, a live-streaming platform in China, will soon launch NFT products abroad. The new products will be released on Open Sea, the world's largest NFT trading platform.
Over ten official accounts related to digital collections in WeChat, a social app owned by Tencent, were suddenly banned on Tuesday.
A WeChat mini program named "TheOne.art NFT" was banned by Tencent on February 21 because the digital collection service it provided belongs to a service category that has not yet been authorized.
On Tuesday, "Jingtan", a digital collectible platform owned by Ant Group, announced that 56 users who had made illegal transactions outside the platform were restricted from using specific functions.
Xiaohongshu, a Chinese social platform, recently launched a digital collection platform called "STEP INTO R-SPACE", and released dozens of titles. Aside from the latest online collections, all others have been sold out.
On Wednesday, an account named "Bilibili Digital Collection" on the popular Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili announced that 2,333 digital art avatars called "Gede" (鸽德) were officially opened for registration.