Armstrong said that ECOMI ($OMI) is in a unique position to capitalize on the industry’s demand. The project, which provides certificates of ownership in digital and real-world items, can be applied to the fields of art, ticket sales and virtual property.
Armstrong explained that OMI operates as the native token for VeVe, an NFT collectibles platform. VeVe has recently announced partnerships with large brands such as Warner Bros. Capcom and DC.
Armstrong also talked about OMI’s global head of licensing Alfred Kahn and his previous work with Nintendo icons, including Zelda and Mario Bros.
“Kahn’s properties are responsible for more than $25 billion in retail revenue. Kahn was the founder chairman and CEO of 4Kids Entertainment from 1991 until 2011. He is recognized as an industry leader and licensing behemoth. His company 4kids entertainment was responsible for some of the biggest names including Pokemon, YuGiOh, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Cabbage Patch Kids, and of course ol’ Polly Pockets.“
He went on to say:
“NFTs are the next big trend and will take the world by storm reshaping the collectibles industry, and with all these connections and partners, Ecomi will be at the head of it.“
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