Animoca Brands teams up with 3D printing pioneer Arevo to produce NFT-enabled custom e-bikes
Web3 giant Animoca Brands partners with 3D printing company Arevo to release NFT-customized carbon fiber bikes.
The e-bikes will launch in early 2023.
Tech company Arevo teamed up with Animoca Brands to release customized “NFT-centric carbon fiber bikes” in Q1 2023. Users can decorate their bikes with the NFTs that they own.
Through the partnership, the two companies take a step toward connecting unique digital items with physical products. In the future, Arevo strives to offer artists and collectors “mass customization of high-end carbon fiber products with NFT-validated artwork.”
Arevo CEO, Sonny Vu, said the partnership provides Animoca Brands’ community with “tangible goods linked to digital assets.”
“Our partnership validates the technological progress Arevo has made over the last two years and positions Arevo to scale the technological capabilities showcased by its in-house brands into substantial B2B applications,”Arevo elaborated.
The collaboration with Animoca Brands is Arevo’s first foray into Web3.
The co-founder and chairman of Animoca Brands, Yat Siu, said Arevo’s carbon fiber 3D printing technology adds value to the open metaverse’s structure: “A Web3 future in which personalization is routine, digital ownership is ubiquitous, and the wall between physical and virtual goods comes tumbling down.”
The blockchain gaming leader Animoca Brands is advancing the establishment of the “open metaverse.” In July, the Hong Kong-based company raised $75 million to advance digital property rights for the Web3 industry. Animoca Brands also accumulated $110 million in September’s funding round to support the development of a decentralized open metaverse.
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