Taiwan temple unveils NFT collection for pilgrims

Taiwan temple unveils NFT collection for pilgrims

The Taiwanese temple launched the NFT collection dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. MazuDAO NFTs can be bought at the temple’s e-commerce website.

As local news media outlet South China Morning Post reports, the NFT was launched by Dajia Jenn Lann Temple. It hosts a yearly 300-kilometer journey that lasts for nine days and displays the goddess statue that contains the names of many of her devotees. The NFT will act as a priority pass for pilgrims during these days.

The MazuDAO NFTs collection has been offered for sale for roughly five months for NT$18,880 (US$615) via the temple’s e-commerce website MazuBuyBuy and several other locations. The temple has sold over 2,800 NFTs so far.

Mazu’s image is commercialized in Taiwan. Mazu-themed goods are available in convenience shops and on significant online marketplaces. The nine-day pilgrimage can generate more than NT$5 billion (US$163 million) in spending, according to Mingkun Cheng, vice chairman of the board of the Dajia Jenn Lann Temple.

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