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Coinllectibles Unveils New Logo and Website Reflecting Company’s Refreshed Branding Identity

Metaverse Blockchain company Coinllectibles, a fully owned subsidiary of Cosmos Group Holdings Inc., is pleased to unveil a new logo and website as part of its branding campaign. Coinllectibles’ new look and feel represent a commitment to innovation as its new brand purpose statement looks to futureproof collectibles for web 3.0 and beyond.

As a prominent representation of the company, the Coinllectibles logo underwent a transformation and now houses the “coin” mark within the Coinllectibles word. The coin mark lives in a shiny tile reflecting luxury and quality and exudes modernity, which is a nod towards embracing new and modern technologies, as Coinllectibles strives to improve the overall experience in the art and collectibles sector by enhancing efficiency, transparency and accessibility through responsible innovation.

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The new logo is also designed in such a way that it looks three-dimensional, which highlights the 3D scanning solution employed in the minting process of the digital ownership tokens (DOTs).

The Coinllectibles website houses four main collections of collectibles – Art, Ceramics, Luxuries and Sports. Each collection has its own signature colour. Black, orange and grey are the 3 core colours with orange being the signature colour for Coinllectibles. Deep rich colours were then used to reflect the various collection of collectibles:

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  • Black for Art
  • Green for Ceramics
  • Grey for Luxury collectibles; and
  • Red for Coinllectibles Sports

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“As part of the ongoing evolution of our company’s brand, we have upgraded our brand identity, which includes a new definition of our logo and brand colours, along with a refreshed website. The branding efforts have been a few months in the making, as we worked closely with an agency to carry out extensive research on how to leave a good first impression for people who come in touch with us for the first time – be it online through our website, or on our social media channels.

The website has been revamped with the aim of providing a seamless user experience online in mind. The new site now delivers rich new content in a modern, clean and organised layout for ease of navigation and comprehension. After many iterations, I am pleased to share that the new logo and website are now live,” says Cherry Leung, Marketing Director of Coinllectibles.

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