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October 4, 2022
MouseBelt, an ecosystem building blockchain and web3 innovation, media and education, has announced a strategic partnership between its NFT IP licensing marketplace BoredJobs.com, and Ape-In Productions, an entertainment and music company, launched in the first six months of the inception of the Bored Ape Yacht Club.
“As brands look to make authentic campaigns featuring Bored Ape Yacht Club characters, strong existing co-communities will help them understand authentic web3 culture,” says Roshan Mirajkar, co-founder, BoredJobs. “This partnership between Ape-In Productions and BoredJobs.com will open up new creative licensing possibilities that seek to benefit existing NFT collections rather than create new ones for no reason.”
This is not the first time both teams have collaborated. Earlier this year, the Ape-In Productions team joined Mousebelt’s “REIMAGINE v12.0 Rise Of The Apes” virtual conference series, covering NFTs and Bored Ape community members. Both teams were also covered in the GQ June Metaverse edition feature that covered Bored Ape Yacht Club.
“At Ape-In, our goal is to discover and amplify music artists while creating content through premium NFTs, developing popular characters in the process,” says Jonathan Tenenbaum, co-founder, Ape-In Production. “Licensing these characters and the related IP is a key aspect of our vision. This further drives our mission and creates fun and interesting opportunities for our company and our community. Mousebelt is a proven leader in the web3 space when it comes to innovation and IP licensing. They are a natural choice for us to team up with – as this partnership will help us further our goals, create additional value for our token holders, engage in even more fun and exciting projects, and expand awareness and appreciation of NFTs and web3.”
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