MetaBeat to Release MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection via Cryto.Com NFT
Source: Business Wire
- MAMAMOO, a popular K-POP girl group with 20 million fans, releases their NFT collection
- MetaBeat enters global markets by joining Crypto.com NFT, one of the largest
NFT platforms in the world
K-POP music content NFT platform, MetaBeat, will release ‘MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection’ on September 19, 2022.
“The release of MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection through Crypto.com NFT is a clear indicator that MetaBeat’s unique, WEB3-based business model has been recognized in the global market”
This NFT drop for MAMAMOO, flagship artists of RBW, a strategic partner of MetaBeat, will give eligible NFT owners the chance at unique perks for future NFT releases and unique physical redeemable. To reach a global audience, this drop will happen through Crypto.com NFT, one of the largest NFT platforms in the world.
MetaBeat is celebrating the eighth anniversary of MAMAMOO’s debut along with more than 20 million global fans through MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection, whilst aiming to form a closer relationship with future MAMAMOO fans as well. The MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection will be released as 3,500 NFTs in the form of a mystery pack containing eight kinds of NFTs. Each NFT includes unique physical rewards with designs relating to the eight MAMAMOO albums released over the past eight years, as well as solo albums by Moon Byul, Whee In, and Hwa Sa.
To support global fandoms, MetaBeat plans to introduce original K-POP content overseas through various channels.
“The release of MAMAMOO NFT Special Collection through Crypto.com NFT is a clear indicator that MetaBeat’s unique, WEB3-based business model has been recognized in the global market,» said MetaBeat CEO, Stephanie Kim. «With Crypto.com’s global reach, we are thrilled to have our NFTs featured on the platform. Starting with this mint, we will achieve more than USD 4 million in sales this year and re-invest in the K-POP industry.»
In July, MetaBeat announced its entry into the WEB3 market by signing a strategic partnership with nine Korean entertainment companies, including RBW. They also announced their plan to enter the global market.