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airBaltic Expands Cryptocurrency Offering With NFT Sales

Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has become the world’s first airline to jump on the non-fungible token (NFT) craze. The airline is offering limited NFT’s of an Airbus A220-300 along with unique pieces of art promoting Latvian towns and cities.

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airBaltic will be the world’s first carrier to issue NFT’s. Photo: Getty Images.

airBaltic will drop the first NFT’s in April

After making headlines back in 2014 as the first airline globally to accept Bitcoin (BTC) as payment, airBaltic will become the first airline to issue NFT’s. Non-fungible tokens are a type of cryptocurrency asset which uses blockchain technology. Each token is completely unique and acts as a type of digital certificate of ownership.

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