Delirious Mind Travelers' NFT collection takes over a prime advertising space in Hong Kong

Delirious Mind Travelers NFT Collection is making noise in the bustling streets of Hong Kong ahead of the official launch! Credit: Twitter (@MindTravelerNFT)

Delirious Mind Travelers NFT Collection is making noise in the bustling streets of Hong Kong ahead of the official launch! Credit: Twitter (@MindTravelerNFT)

Delirious Mind Travelers NFT Collection is taking the streets of Hong Kong! The team managed to score the most strategic commercial in town! Now a giant banner announcing the new NFT project welcomes the 7.5 million passengers to the central subway stations.

This NFT project is the brainchild of a group of four graduates who wanted to sell cartoons and koalas in digital form. According to the website, they are committed to mindfulness and well-being on the path to self-discovery. This major public relations work is intended to advance the project before its public presentation on January 13th.


Via Delirious Mind Travelers NFT Collection Ad Campaign

The main purpose of advertising is to create awareness and promotion that NFTs are the current trend and are very lucrative. The team therefore chose verbiage as “NFT: Art with Utility. More than just a JPEG. The mainstream of NFTs is inevitable. Three letters. Infinite potential ".

The NFT market in Hong Kong is heating up. In fact, other Hong Kong collectors and communities have launched various campaigns to sell NFT. For example, the Degenerate Ape Academy ran a 90-second ad wishing people a Merry Christmas. They chose the huge curved, high-traffic advertising screen outside the famous Lan Kwai Fong district.

Hong Kong is still a crypto powerhouse in terms of volume. In fact, the city is packed with 61 bitcoin ATMs, which makes it really easy for anyone looking to buy bitcoin. This shows that it is way ahead of other countries in terms of acceptance as many are still struggling with regulators.

In the UK, advertising regulators have now banned seven crypto advertisements. Ads are for Papa John's Pizza, Coinbase, Kraken, Etoro, Luno, Coinburp, and Exmo. The advertisements are "misleading" and "exploit irresponsibly inexperienced consumers," says the authority.


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