MIRL x Bybit Join Forces to Launch Exciting FashionFi NFTs

The MIRL project has just announced a partnership with Bybit

Bybit will become the official introducing partner of the project under this partnership and will continue to expand NFT innovation and the FashionFi movement.

Information about exclusive access for MIRL NFT holders

This collaboration will allow MIRL to reach over 6 million Bybit users. It will also allow MIRL to leverage Bybit’s capabilities to strengthen the MIRL ecosystem. MIRL NFT holders will have exclusive access to 6.88% APY on Ether (ETH) via Flexible Staking for 30 days on Bybit. Interestingly, this privilege is the first among centralized exchanges.

Bybit also purchased 1,111 of the 8,888 NFTs in the MIRL genesis collection, which will be launched on March 10th. These 1,111 NFTs will further boost the reputation of the project as they will be distributed to VIPs in the Bybit ecosystem.

Igneus Terrenus, Head of Communications at Bybit, commented on this partnership: “MIRL is a great partner for us because we share similar values ​​such as ethical products like slow fashion, combining sustainability with ethics, and building NFT and metaverse projects. new level.”

In addition to FashionFi NFTs, MIRL also organizes offline promotions. They will take the form of pop-up stores in various cities around the world, including New York and Singapore. Here, MIRL owners and Bybit VIPs will have access to exclusive events dedicated to the FashionFi movement.

MIRL is a DAO with over 300 emerging designers. It was founded by designers and strategists who have worked with global brands such as Nike, Google and H&M. In March, the DAO is launching a series of its genesis NFTs as well as its token. In addition to NFT ownership, NFT holders get access to in-house designs.

The move follows recent news that Decentraland and Paris Hilton will be hosting their own fashion week metaverse. It’s safe to say that this is a very exciting time for the fashion industry as it continues to explore the possibilities of Web3.

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