Europe's 'First' NFT Vending Machine Gets Cold London Reception – Bloomberg

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A neon purple vending machine dispensing nonfungible tokens for £10 ($11.18) a pop has materialized in the middle of London, drawing frosty stares from passers-by in the British capital. 
The glowing gadget is the 21st century iteration of the first coin-operated machines seen in the city in the 1880s, doling out postcards. Sited at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, it will be available between Nov. 3-4 for the NFT.London conference, which brings together the local crypto community for debates and workshops. 


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