Beijing-based internet firm Inke Limited officially changed its name to Inkeverse Group Limited on Wednesday.
Chinese interactive entertainment livestreaming platform Inke, cooperating with Beijing Space Wish Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., on Thursday released a satellite-themed digital collection platform called "Space Wish Universe."
Inke Limited, a live-streaming platform in China, will soon launch NFT products abroad. The new products will be released on Open Sea, the world's largest NFT trading platform.
Following the Feb. 8 ban of the invite-only social media app Clubhouse, two copycat products have already been fully developed and launched in a race to replace the app within the domestic market.
Inke Inc. welcomed its first trading day on July 12 on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, starting with a 40 percent surge on its share price within the first 15 minutes.
When Dale Carnegie wrote his magnum opus almost a century ago, he was most certainly not prepared to address social phenomenons such as live streaming in our ever-evolving digital era.