The Japanese entertainment conglomerate and video game company, Konami Holdings Corporation, has revealed a non-fungible token collection in order to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the firm’s franchise “Castlevania.”
Konami follows the slew of gaming giants like Ubisoft and Square Enix that have shown a strong interest in developing NFT technology.
The gaming giant Konami has leaped into the NFT world faster than pressing up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A.
On Thursday, Konami launched the Castlevania 35th Anniversary NFT collection web portal and the collection will be auctioned on the leading marketplace Opensea.
Konami is a well known video game software manufacturer and the owner of popular franchises including “Castlevania,” “Contra,” “Frogger,” “Metal Gear,” “Silent Hill,” “Parodius,” “Gradius,” “Yu-Gi-Oh!,” and “Suikoden.”
The gothic horror action-adventure video game series Castlevania debuted 1986 on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). According to statistics, Konami’s Castlevania franchise has sold more than 20 million copies.Follow us on social media