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Metaverse NFT – Kristin Ardor to release first NFT in an exclusive partnership with the Private Club App.

In an exclusive partnership with the Private Club App, Kristin Ardor is set to release a metaverse based NFT (non-fungible token) that can be purchased through the Vessel Wallet. As defined by Investopedia, “NFTs are cryptographic assets on a blockchain with unique identification codes and metadata that distinguish them from each other”. This unique code, in essence, means that each NFT cannot be replicated, thus ensuring that the buyer has a one-of-a-kind item.

Private Club is setup as a membership NFT first, which means that a membership is required to access collections from the creator. The creator sets the price of the membership, and then the collections are locked behind a paywall. Kristin Ardor will offer a membership for those wanting to explore her content which includes; 3D digital art, access to a pre-built online world + events, and positive cosplay photos.

As a lifestyle content creator and gamer, Kristin’s main goal is to provide quality creatives that adds to the ever-growing metaverse and its’ community. She hopes that her work showcases the ever-increasing blended realities of people’s day-to-day lives and technology’s newest forefront (the metaverse, IOT, all things digital). 

Pre-sales are now live at All content will be available once the platform launches.

For more information please contact [email protected]

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