boohooMAN is launching its first ever collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), making it the first brand of its kind to launch a digital collection and you can now get your hands on one FOR FREE.
The collection features eight three-dimensional futuristic NFTs in a mixture of image and video formats. boohooMAN purposefully blends together abstract, chromatic, and geometric styles to reimagine its apparel in the Metaverse, and illustrate the future vision for its venture into the ever-expanding space.
All NFTs are minted on the blockchain and boohooMAN is giving away one NFT to eight randomly selected people via OpenSea.
Visit the boohooMAN competition page here.
Enter your details to be in with a chance of winning an NFT.
boohooMAN desire to pioneer innovation at affordable prices in the Metaverse. The brand wants to push boundaries and assert themselves as fashion industry leaders by combining cutting edge design and technology with an affordable price tag.
boohooMAN noticed the floor price of many prominent NFT projects is not financially accessible to all. In pursuit of inclusivity, boohooMAN kickstarts their journey through the Metaverse by offering anyone who enters the giveaway a chance to win an NFT for free.
Obtaining a boohooMAN NFT is an exciting opportunity for anyone. These NFTs grant early access to the history and future of a global brand in web 3.0, and the brand has great expectations for its future web 3.0 projects…
Samir Kamani, CEO of boohooMAN, commented:
“Blockchain technology and NFTs are on the tip of everybody’s tongue and have been for quite some time. We have seen luxury brands flock to the Metaverse one after another, but we are yet to see any fashion brands in our market enter the space.
At boohooMAN we see a future for digital fashion. This collection is us dipping our toe into the vast and complex landscape of the Metaverse.
This is our first experiment with non-fungible tokens and we have great expectations for future NFT collections, collaborations, digital fashion pieces, games, and more.”