According to a recent report, the Indian travel company MakeMyTrip is the most recent business to enter the NFT space. The firm produced NFTs that showcase India’s natural variety in places like Goa, Kashmir, Kerala, Rajasthan, Orissa, and others. The artwork depicts not just the country’s most renowned tourist attractions, but also several more, as-yet untouched spots.
MakeMyTrip, which was founded in 2000, is one of India’s major travel companies. It offers a variety of online services such as airline tickets, domestic and international vacation packages, hotel reservations, transit tickets, and vehicle rentals. Its headquarters are located in Gurugram, Haryana. The business does, however, have a number of foreign offices in New York, Dubai, Phuket, Bangkok, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur. MakeMyTrip is also a publicly listed firm, with the ticker symbol MMYT trading on the NASDAQ.
The NFT series is created utilising Al Generative Adversarial Networks and is minted on the Polygon blockchain (GANs). Individuals may acquire the items via MakeMyTrip’s website or an app. Prices start at $195 for a single NFT. Sunil Suresh, the company’s Group Chief Marketing Officer, commented on the initiative that the company is offering travel enthusiasts a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to possess this beauty in the digital domain.