We’re excited to announce another transformational partnership, this time with NFT Blue, the Beverley Hills-based blockchain group.
As experienced rights-holders of NFT intellectual property, holding a record for making deals worth $125 million in just 90 days, NFT Blue is a perfect partner to help Studyum develop our NFT distribution strategy. Amongst the many projects launched (with market valuations of over $5 billion), NFT Blue’s team launched the first blockchain sports streaming platform, the first blockchain music platform, and the first major motion picture platform featuring major Hollywood and indie titles.
Commenting on this exciting new partnership, Studyum’s CEO, Igor Dyachenko, said:
‘Our unique concept of combining NFTs and tokenomics with education invites students to “Learn & earn.” Before ‘NFT’ was even a buzzword, NFT Blue launched the first collectible NFT sneaker and the first NFT celebrity pet. These guys are a hundred percent the right partners to help us develop a long-term NFT strategy.’
The company will co-create Studyum’s NFT sales strategy through joint ventures — also assisting with the exciting development of our first NFT art project. This involves a showcase at an exclusive digital art expo that brings crypto art traders together to view and live-bid on commemorative NFT properties held at the forthcoming Bitcoin Miami event. This co-hosted NFT expo will be covered by Bloomberg TV, Fox Business, and the leading crypto/NFT TV platform, DSCVR TV.
Anyone interested to attend this event can register here.
This is one of a round of strategic partnerships planned before the Studyum IDO (Initial Dex Offering) at the end of June.
Studyum connects quality learning, teaching, and training, on a level never seen before. Combining AI, facial recognition, and smart-chat, the learning management system will customize students’ needs in real-time. With Studyum, the student decides how and when they want to learn.
The company intends to incorporate NFT gamification for its students. Besides uploading content in 2D or 3D, educators will create unique NFT collectible cards, which students can then buy, trade, and swap.
Studyum’s IDO will launch on Uniswap on the 23rd of June this year.