Suku’s Infinite NFT Marketplace launch today hopes to replicate the success of recent NFT sales prices which have skyrocketed. Beeple’s digital artwork, “Everdays: The First 5,000 Days,” for example, sold for $ 69.3 million at Christie’s and remains the most expensive NFT to date. Infinite Marketplace is risk-free, offering a range that ticks all the relevant boxes: Rare and collectable, tick. Link to pop culture, check it out. Coveted products, check.
The carbon-negative platform features the NFTs of multi-platinum and four-time Grammy-nominated recording artist Jeezy, former partner and artist John Lennon May Pang, and known sneaker designer Dan Gamache under the name “Mache”, at the upper level.
The Infinite NFT Marketplace deploys the energy efficient Hedera Hashgraph distributed ledger network, along with custom algorithms, to go beyond carbon neutrality, achieve the ultimate goal of carbon negativity, and contribute to real projects to protect the environment in every transaction. Suku blockchain-based tracking, tracing and authentication system forms the basis of the Infinite NFT Marketplace.
“This blockchain solution provides transparency in consumer goods with a strong focus on luxury items,” said Shannon Coble, co-founder of Suku and Infinite NFT Marketplace. “This is where you bring the piece of authenticity. We have developed a smart label for sneakers in partnership with Avery Dennison AVY. Avery is the leader in the manufacture of smart beacon technology. This tag is durable, tamper-proof and [is housed] in the toe of the shoe. “
While the Infinite NFT Marketplace can provide a link between the physical and digital worlds, an NFT “does not need to link to a physical product,” Coble said. “Creators and artists may like to create only a digital piece. That being said, a lot of the creators and artists we work with have that connection to the history or provenance of a physical product. We think of NFT as a digital twin that connects to a physical product.
Providing transparency into the authenticity of sneakers was Infinite’s first use case. “Now with the Infinite NFT Marketplace we’re launching, you can link to actual physical products such as artwork, photos, and contact coils, if the creator chooses to do so,” Coble said. .
“We’re a one-stop-shop at Infinite,” Coble said, noting that the company works with DreamView, which includes a team of CGI experts from Disney.
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are minted using distributed ledger technology, which allows for the creation of a unique and immutable identifier associated with the NFT that cannot be manipulated, copied or tampered with.
Mache said he was watching the NFT craze from the sidelines. The sneaker artist offers an NFT of his Badlands, [North Dakota] sneaker, which is part of a collection on the theme of travel. “I want to tell the story of travel to the United States,” he said. “We think of exotic places like Greece and Paris, when there are so many places in America that aren’t lit up.
“The goal was for people to go to the scene and interact with them,” said Mache, who designs sneakers for star athletes, such as Stefon Diggs, Lebron James and Jarvis Landry. “People can’t afford it, so why not put a piece of it in the shoes that tell this story. The NFT will relaunch the themes of the trip. For example, I am a fan of the Minnesota Vikings. “
Mache, who has been practicing the art of sneakers for 20 years, said he’s also spotlighting Las Vegas’ neon cemetery. “It’s cool to find other ways to move my work forward,” he said. “There are a lot of expectations. Who knows what’s going to happen. I have been an artist all my life. In the digital age, having better access to your work is great because you are quite limited in terms of what you can produce with your hands. “
Jeezy and Oasis Digital Studios are launching the artist’s iconic snowman logo as a limited-edition series of five animated and enhanced AR-enhanced NFTs. The release will be an ode to Jeezy’s 2005 double platinum album, “Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101,” the first album to feature the image of the snowman. Starting today, fans and collectors can purchase and experience the AR-enhanced NFT 3D Snowman through the Oasis Digital Studios storefront on the SUKU Infinite Marketplace.
There will be 1,001 NFT of each of the animated computer graphics and custom AR snowmen with classic Jeezy adlibs, available for purchase at $ 101 per image. Up to 30 randomly selected lucky buyers will also mark a personally autographed Jeezy album with their purchase and have it shipped directly to them.
Pang, who had an 18-month affair with Lennon during his marriage to Yoko Ono, – the Beatle called it The Lost Weekend – today releases a debut collection of 15 photographic and animated NFTs with AR enhancements that tell original inspiration. for the cover of Lennon’s Walls and Bridges album.
Ruth McCartney, Paul McCartney’s half-sister and May Pang’s business advisor, said Lennon would have approved the NFTs. “I knew John pretty well,” she said. “Growing up, he stayed with us. He has always been [looking for] the next rush thing. When the Internet arrived, it would have been everywhere. NFTs live on a phone in a pocket near your heart. If you’re a vinyl record collector, you can’t have it all with you. John would have been very happy if we could bring him to new generations.
“Some of the things we’re bringing under the Pyramid of Scarcity under the leadership of Oasis Digital Studios,” said McCartney, referring to the company, which creates experiential and collectible partnerships with artists, sports figures, talents, brands and business ventures using multimedia, cutscenes, animation and other techniques with AR and VR technology. “We’re starting with some really affordable things like the old New York area code, 212. The animated GIFFS, which has an image and a logo, will be priced at $ 202. As we become a father in the summer and fall, that will run the gamut. “
Lennon fans can purchase these two-group NFTs, as originals, variations, and cutscenes, starting today, acquiring digital ownership of a depiction of a personal moment in his life. The majority of the photos have never been seen before and have been previously preserved as part of the history of music.
McCartney said Pang was careful not to commercialize his relationship with Lennon. “She’s not going to make T-shirts,” she said, adding that there will never be another John Lennon again. “Oasis is very diligent and works with the cleanest blockchain possible so as not to get involved in the eco-green argument. John was very serious about the environment.