Everyone from Lamborghini to Twitter is dipping their toes in the cool, enticing waters of the internet 3-degrees, with varying degrees of success. Now, Cameo has joined the club.
Today, photo app Cameo introduced Cameo Pass, a platform allowing users to redeem NFT tokens to receive access to limited-release prints, virtual campaigns, and other events. The Cameo Pass is being sold starting today for 0.2 ETH (approximately $550 at the time of publication) for one-time access.
The collection of NFTs hosted on OpenSea will feature the work of Burnt Toast of the Doodles collection, Vinnie Hager of the Letters collection, and artist Luke McGarry, who sells personalized artwork through Cameo.
Cameo noted that Cameo Pass members are eligible to receive "exclusive access to celebrity Q&As, meet and greets, launch parties at our Cameo House in Beverly Hills, and other perks."
TechCrunch asked which popular people on Cameo were involved in the undertaking, but the company marketed no names.
Some NFT listings have been criticized because they weren't all that exclusive. In addition, OpenSea, a market worth $13.3 billion, has been robbed and fell victim to vulnerabilities.
OpenSea also revealed that most of its free NFTs are fraudulent or contain nasty content. Thus, OpenSea imposed a limit of two times for a person to mint NFTs for free via its tools.
Some NFT platforms, like YouTube and Patreon, have tried to experiment with the goal of NFTs, but Cameo has remained committed to its project. Its public, however, has to make the case that fans wish to gain admittance to this closed community.
In some cases, if individuals are ready to spend $699 on a video message from Tom Felton, then they may be willing to allot around $550 to join a brand-new community.