Coinllectibles Launches MetaMall featuring the Inaugural Fusion NFT by Artist Allan Banford

Metaverse Blockchain Fusion NFT™️ company, Coinllectibles™️, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cosmos Group Holdings, Inc. (OTC: COSG) is pleased to announce that it will be launching the Coinllectibles™️ MetaMall ( on 22 Dec 2021 enabling collectors to buy and sell Fusion NFTs™️. The launch of the MetaMall will also feature the inaugural Fusion NFT™️ by Crypto Billionaire artist Allan Banford for his physical masterpiece “Amsterdam”.

Commenting on the launch of MetaMall, Chai Kok Young, Chief Technical Officer of Coinllectibles™️ said, “Our metaverse platform (MetaMall) allows collectors to efficiently buy and sell Fusion NFTs™️ using fiat and cryptocurrency. We recognise that there are distinct groups of cryptonatives and non-cryptonatives who share the same interest in acquiring collectibles. To make their experience more seamless and user-friendly, we will work with various cryptocurrencies to accept their currencies as payment for the Fusion NFT™️ collectibles. In addition, we have also set up a payment gateway which accepts credit / debit card payments for the same purpose.”

Noting Coinllectibles’ commitment to customer, partner and community, Toby O’Connor, CEO of Coinllectibles™️ added, “The launch of our MetaMall platform is an exciting step to further engage with our growing community of collectors and partners in an enjoyable and efficient way that we hope will bring more great limited edition collectibles to more people. Our MetaMall will also be featuring pieces from an increasing range of artists. Working with extraordinary artists like Allan Banford is a privilege. We are thrilled that the Coinllectibles’ Fusion NFT™️ is being embraced as the gold standard in NFTs, bridging the virtual and physical world in art and collectible ownership and enjoyment. The Fusion NFT™️ is a virtual token that represents the ownership of a tangible asset and is the foundation of Coinllectibles™️ metaverse that Coinllectibles™️ defines as a multiverse where the real world interacts seamlessly with the emerging virtual dimensions.”

The launch of the MetaMall will feature the inaugural Fusion NFT™️ by Crypto Billionaire artist Allan Banford from his masterpiece “Amsterdam”. “Amsterdam” is a focal piece of Allan Banford’s Equine series, which delivers a fascinating visual homage to the majestic horse. The Equine series portrays movements and magnificent postures through intense brush strokes, featuring the energy and individuality of these majestic animals enhanced by the detail and precision of the ocular cavity. The painting has been executed on a mahogany wood panel, using oils and acrylics with a generous matt banish, featured on an early 1900s vintage double gold gilded frame.

Amsterdam symbolises freedom and power art and is inspired by the sublime riding horses of The Hollandsche Manege in Amsterdam, the oldest riding school in the Netherlands dating back to 1744. The painting motivates the audience to feel vitalised and encourages focus on one’s desired goals. The motion from the artist technique depicts a sense of progress and growth and in the single heroic horse, a sense of victory and triumph. According to Feng Shui masters, they recommend hanging a horse painting with the forward direction heading into a home, as it is a sign to welcome wealth and luck into the house.

Commenting on the collaboration with Coinllectibles™️, Allan Banford enthused “Since world record sell of my artwork “The Lonely Star” for 25,000 BTC Bitcoin back in 2013, “1.1 Billion USD today’s price”, I haven’t been that excited to be a part of a new technology like the Coinllectibles™️ metaverse where the real world interacts seamlessly with the virtual world, bringing the best of both worlds to the art community. Through the metaverse, artists like myself are able to reach out to collectors who may well be very involved in the crypto space and through the metaverse platform, they can purchase real-world limited-edition collectables on the Coinllectibles™️ MetaMall.”