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NFT social investment app, Sintra recently raised $2 million in a seed funding round to build the future of NFT social investing. Lemniscap led the round with FTX Ventures, Chorus One Ventures, CMCC Global, and more participating. What’s more, Sintra has also launched the first version of its socially-powered NFT investment app. Let’s take a closer look at what Sintra and is all about.
A socially-powered NFT investment app, Sintra brings together like-minded investors to strategize, together. Soon, the platform will make NFT investments easier and more affordable through fractional ownership as well. This is in line with Sintra’s larger goal of making crypto and NFTs accessible to a larger audience.
Sintra is helmed by stellar C-suite executives, including CEO and Co-founder, Angel Ceballos, Co-founder and CTO, Jeffrey Bian, and and COO Alan Jackson. Moreover, the team boasts a wealth of experience. While Ceballos is a former Product Design Lead at Meta, Bian is a former Software Architect at Rally.
“We want to create a streamlined and user-centric social community geared towards the next wave of NFT investors entering the space,” said Ceballos.“ As the metaverse era continues to evolve at pace, we want to help investors across the spectrum stake their claim in the NFT market, and do so alongside like-minded industry participants.”
Currently, the Sintra NFT investment app is in public beta. While the team is actively building the app, it supports features such as analytics, community, and messaging. In other words, it has all the essential features to connect like-minded NFT communities.
Additionally, users will get the chance to own fractions of some of the most in-demand NFTs. Plus, they will also receive custom investment opportunities relevant to their interests. At the same time, they can react to posts with bullish/bearish themed emojis or ask questions to fellow investors. They will also be able to view the NFTs in the Sintra NFT Exchange. 
Notably, users can keep up-to-date with the latest market updates with Sintra’s analytics feature. This includes everything from floor price changes to NFT sales, Twitter mentions of NFT collections, and more.
Currently, Sintra beta supports over 450+ Ethereum NFT collections with Solana NFTs soon following suit. It will also support OpenSea for the initial release and add more marketplaces in the near future.
If all the above sounds promising to you, you might want to download the app and create an account. Here are the different ways to do this:
All things considered, Sintra NFT investment app is an interesting addition to the fractional NFT space. To know more about the platform, make sure to go through their website.
All investment/financial opinions expressed by are not recommendations.
This article is educational material.
As always, make your own research prior to making any kind of investment.
Reethu Ravi is a journalist based in India, covering environment, sustainability, tech and innovation. When not found between the pages of a book, she can be seen catching up on the latest developments in the tech world. A naval architect-turned journalist, she loves bringing stories of change and innovation to the limelight.
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