KickHouse Kickboxing Studio Announces the Release of the NFT Token Collection

Modern kickboxing studio KickHouse has announced the release of a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFT). The project was implemented in collaboration with Litemint and JPEG DAO and created on the Stellar network with the support of Lobstr.

Benefits of the NFT collection kickboxing fans

According to Jessica Yarmi, CEO of KickHouse, with the new NFT collection, kickboxing fans will be able to understand all the benefits of training, in particular, aimed at burning calories. In addition, users will become better acquainted with the world of sports as well as digital technologies.

JPEG DAO CEO Brian Goldberg praised the partnership with the kickboxing studio. He noted that initially his company was created in order to offer people non-fungible tokens, but over time it has grown into something more – a community of NFT enthusiasts. The new collaboration has become a logical continuation of this path.

Artist Nettie Bella worked on the creation of the collection of tokens for KickHouse. The JPEG DAO noted her dedication and high confidence in what she does. It is these people who pave the way for the next generation and promote progress.

KickHouse is a modern kickboxing concept that originated in 2020 at the intersection of franchising, fitness, nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. The company announced that it will provide free NFTs to all users who join by the end of January 2022.

Earlier, the editorial staff of named the main trends in the NFT token market. These are “games to earn money”, virtual worlds, world art, charity and advertising from famous public figures. Researchers also noted the industry’s growth to $ 20 billion in 2021. According to analysts, in the future, interest in this class of digital assets will only increase.

Leave a Comment