Big names like Twitter, Facebook, and even Lamborghini, have all announced their entrance into the metaverse with their own twist on an entrance into the NFT community. Now, the personalized video app, Cameo, is diving into the industry as well.
Here’s what’s going on:
Cameo Announces Cameo Pass
Recently, Cameo announced the launch of Cameo Pass. The program is an NFT-based community of fans and cameo talent that’s geared toward the Web3 enthusiast.
The platform will launch on February 17, 2022, giving fans the ability to mint a Cameo Pass for 0.2 ETH, which works out to about $550. Once the Cameo Pass is minted, the owner will have access to limited release artwork, exclusive in-person and virtual events, and access to new Cameo features. This includes exclusive access to celebrity Q&As, meet and greets, lunch parties, and more.
As is the case with most NFT collections, Cameo plans on hosting the Cameo Pass collection on OpenSea. Moreover, the company partnered with big names in the development of art for the project. Some of those names include Burnt Toast, Vinnie Hager, and Luke McGarry.
In a recent written statement, Cameo had the following to offer about its foray into NFTs:
“With Web3 rising as one of the most significant and promising trends in celebrity, athlete and creator interactions and monetization, Cameo is exploring how it can be used to further our mission for fans and talent.
We will continue to test new ways to provide value for both fans and talent on Cameo. Proceeds from the NFT launch will be invested back into the growth and engagement of the community and exploration of further web3 projects focused on fan/talent interactions.
We take the security of our platform seriously and are working with reputable partners such as OpenSea to ensure that the policies that are in place can protect our community and prevent theft in the wider ecosystem.
We’ve conducted a thorough security audit of our smart contracts, both internally and with third-party auditors, and we plan on providing educational resources for our users to protect their assets and ensure they have a secure experience.”
The Bottom Line
The bottom line here is simple, everyone and their mothers seem to be diving into the NFT industry, which is a great thing. Those who adopted the technology early dreamed of the day big companies would be piling into the industry, and that day has come. All in all, this news is only likely to help further expand the NFT audience, and therefore, help lead to further innovation and growth in the industry.