Gen2 Technologies (MNIZ) Strikes Strategic Collaboration with Colosseum Cards for Sports NFTs
Gen2 Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:MNIZ)
SPARKS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, May 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Gen2 Technologies Inc. (the ”Company”) (OTC:MNIZ) wishes to inform its shareholders that it will be collaborating strategically with Colosseum Cards – a sports NFT ecosystem player.
Colosseum Cards will be delivering its first NFT packs within the next several weeks and will be focusing first on the European football market. With NFT collectibles and a robust ecosystem proposition planned, Colosseum cards aims to leverage cutting-edge graphical and digital designs with a static front and video back card format.
As part of the strategic collaboration, Gen2 Technologies will supply as part of a licensing arrangement video content from its Iris Media Network for incorporation into and monetization within Colosseum Cards collectible NFTs.
Colosseum Cards will also look to take a capital interest over time in Gen2 Technologies, both through primary and secondary market activities.
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Gen2 Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: MNIZ), aims to be a leader in the next phase of the digital age. Leveraging a portfolio of Intellectual Property (IP) covering camera, radio, distribution and blockchain technology, Gen2 Technologies will offer a superior user experience addressing a number of use cases across consumer, corporate and governmental end-markets. Our innovative first-mover Iris Media Network, employing our miniature body-worn Iris cameras, is positioned to disrupt the market for sports content and social media. Our IP focused on eKYC and best of breed aim / click / capture of still and video imagery directly into blockchain-enabled native format aims to address the high-potential of use cases such as digital COVID vaccination cards and superior NFT creation and management platforms.
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