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McDonald's China. Making 3D Rubik's Cube is celebrating its 31st anniversary

On October 8, 2021, McDonald's China headquarters officially opened at 2121 Longteng Avenue.

To celebrate the new headquarters, McDonald's invited employees to upload photos of themselves to cocafe Technology, a joint venture, and artists turned the photos into NFT creations.

McDonald's China will give away 188 copies of the NFT to employees and consumers.

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