Lambda256 Reaches ‘Voltron’ License Agreement for Digital Collectibles with NBCUniversal


Lambda256, the blockchain subsidiary of operator Upbit Dunamu that operates its “Luniverse” blockchain, today announced that it will collaborate with Universal Games and Digital Platforms to develop offerings for its collectibles content production business. digital, with the Voltron: Defender of the Universe series.

Voltron is the American name of a popular anime character who was best known as “King Lion” in Korea and “Beast King GoLion” in Japan. The action hero, which has five robot lions combine to transform into a large human-shaped figure to protect the universe from evil was very popular among children in the 1980s and 1990s, and remains a super robot animation iconic among the generation that has since grown into adulthood.

“Cyphrly” is a global NFT marketplace from Lambda256, based on its Luniverse blockchain platform. It plans to launch later this year, capturing a more global audience. Its new business includes not only the NFT marketplace, but also production capabilities through an in-house creative NFT planning and production studio.

Project Voltron is set to be among the first hybrid projects, featuring various physical figures and high-end 3D digital collectibles produced by Cyphrly’s in-house studio. The next delivery will include Voltron’s five lion robots (red, blue, yellow, green, black) as well as Voltron fusion figures. The Voltron: Defender of the Universe project will begin with nationwide delivery; future roadmaps will be published on the Cyphrly site.





Evan Park, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Lambda 256, said, “We will continue to showcase NFTs with innovation, artistry and creativity by securing properties like Voltron: Defender of the Universe. We plan to create a global NFT ecosystem together through Cyphrly Studio’s differentiated NFT production technology.”

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