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Little Red Book (XiaohongShu), the Chinese version of Instagram, integrates Conflux Network as a permissionless blockchain, allowing users to showcase NFTs made with Conflux on their profile page in the digital collection section called “R-Space” make it possible.
Bridging Web3 and Web2
With over 200 million active monthly users on the platform, this integration brings NFT one step closer to mass adoption, where people are actively using Web3 technologies within their Web2 systems on a daily basis.
Little Red Book has previously partnered with blockchains and NFTs, but never a permissionless network.
Conflux CTO Ming Wu said:
“Chinese Internet industry giants have started to embrace the transition to Web3. plays an important role.”
From a regulatory perspective, allowing such large companies to integrate permissionless blockchain would further cement China’s pro-NFT position, prompting local companies looking to integrate blockchain technology with existing Web2 companies. This suggests that we can expect an increase in
The first NFT supported by Little Red Book is from the Mimic Shhans community, which has a large community base in China. You will receive a Conflux NFT that you can view. page.
Conflux is a permissionless layer 1 blockchain that connects decentralized economies across borders and protocols. Recently migrated to a hybrid PoW/PoS consensus, Conflux provides a fast, secure, and scalable blockchain environment with no congestion, low fees, and improved network security.
As the only regulated public blockchain in China, Conflux offers unique advantages for building projects and expanding into Asia. In the region, Conflux has worked with global brands and government agencies such as Shanghai Municipality, McDonald’s China, and Oreo on blockchain and metaverse initiatives.