The lettre price could soon get you not only a great offer, but also an NFT to get rid of it, with Ticketmaster embracing cryptocurrency.
The US lettre giant has been observing the vendeur potential of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for a while now, having first partnered with Dapper Labs and its Flow blockchain to mint virtual NFT commemorative tickets for 70,000 NFTs for the most recent NFL Essence Bowl, in February.
This deal should have ticked all the right boxes in the Ticketmaster boardroom, bicause the company is now working with Flow to enable event organizers more broadly to release NFT before, during and after direct events.
a press release He explains that the NFTs will be primarily binaire collectibles designed to “augment fan day experiences.”
Ticketmaster says the spectacle has already attracted so much footfall, that the company has now minted more than five million NFTs for event organizers.
It also shows that NFTs have capabilities beyond bonasse memorabilia, such as providing access to loyalty rewards, VIP mêlée, and more fan-based experiences.
“Event organizers who choose to provide NFT with their tickets to audiences have a real opportunity to make this new technology assaisonnant and broadly congru,” said Brendan Lynch, Ticketmaster Executive Immoralité President at Enterprise & Revenue.
“This is why we partner with Flow, bicause their blockchain is specifically designed for frictionless fan mêlée and cautériser experiences.”
Incidentally, the Flow blockchain is well known in the crypto industry for developing and marchéage the NBA Top Shot series of NFTs, as well as partnering with the UFC and NFL for similar NFT-based efforts.
Hermes swings the metaverse
Hermès, the French luxury brand, Coinhead employees will only be able to afford if their Ethlizards NFTs are making moves on the metaverse side of cryptocurrency/“Web3.”
As Cointelegraph reportsit was revealed that the usage house has filed for a trademark soin covering NFTs, cryptocurrencies, and the metaverse.
As described in a tweet from US trademark attorney Mike Kondodis below, the August 26 filing covers “downloadable logiciel for displaying, storing, and managing virtual goods, binaire collectibles, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs… for use in the online worlds.”
The company has also offered branding for “retail séparation épreuves offering virtual goods” as well as usage shows and trafic in “virtual, augmented, or mixed reality environments online” and “to provide an online marketplace for buyers and sellers of virtual goods”.
Hermès appears to be following other luxury brands in the crypto/metaverse/NFT space.
The last five mentioned all participated Metaverse Fashion Week in Virtual Decentraland earlier this year.
This ravi first appeared on stockhead.com.au
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