The House of Adamo is a Skilled Team of Experts Bridging NFT, Fashion, and the Blockchain
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The House of Adamo is a Skilled Team of Experts Bridging NFT, Fashion, and the Blockchain

John Williams
John Williams

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are an exciting frontier whose surface has barely been scratched. Roughly five years after CryptoKitties rocked Ethereum, clogging the smart contracting network, there has been tremendous growth.

If anything, NFTs is a fast-growing sphere and a unique sector that investors are closely keeping tabs on. In 2021, over $25 billion in trading volumes was registered as talented artists sold their timeless pieces for millions of dollars. The expansion in 2021 appears to be spilling to 2022. It is considering the solid NFT sales in January, which rose above the $5 billion markets.

NFTs tear down unnecessary bureaucratic barriers, connecting projects with clients using a decentralized and secure base layer. It has already been satisfactorily proven that NFTs can disrupt art, gaming, and other real sectors in the physical world. A big part of art is the multi-billion fashion industry, whose global market is estimated to be north of $795 billion as of 2021. Notably, a big part of the fashion business is apparel, footwear, and accessories.

Bridging Art, Fashion, and the Blockchain

The creators of Adamo NFT are sensing opportunity. They have assembled a talented Fashion Team to bridge the gap between NFTs, physical clothing, and fashion on a distributed and secure public blockchain. The House of Adamo is releasing the Adamo NFT collection of 7,777 unique Fashion mannequins that will be fully clothed, where holders will have express access to its growing and vibrant community. From there, Adamo NFT holders will embrace the emerging trend of Non-Fungible Fashion and express themselves freely in the physical world and the Metaverse.

The collection precisely captures the essence of the ambitious team. The team joined hands to combine their varied interests spanning crypto, fashion, NFTs, business, and mostly art—where each team member appreciated the role of art and the need to extend the same to the multi-billion digital immutable world of the blockchain. Having noted the possibilities of the blockchain and how its advantages can be weaved with fashion to spark unbridled innovation with global access, the team banded and released Adamo NFT with the idea of being versatile in the type of fashion they produce. Adamo NFT is not tied to any genre of fashion and freely embraces any form of creative expression.

The House of Adamo Team and Member Roles

The House of Adamo has recruited Juan Ledezma as their 3D Renderer and Paige Leneigh--who work hand-in-hand with Firas, the project's creative director. He is an intellectual and has an eye for fashion. Paige was introduced to fashion at a tender age and has pursued a degree course in Fashion Design from the University of Cincinnati. She is a fashion influencer based in LA and owns her brand, Leneighz. She is Adamo NFT's in-house designer.

In Adamo NFT, Praise and Eric are in charge of recruitment. Praise is diplomatic and patient with a knack for quickly picking out blockchain and NFT trends. His patience allows him to assess all situations thoroughly to ensure we make good decisions. Meanwhile, Eric is a talented athlete, representing his country in the summer 2021 Olympics. Eric’s drive for execution and love for business management is a force that pushes Adamo’s to its full potential. Then there is Jonathan, known for his unique perspective and goal of ensuring Adamo NFT is a success.Jonathan’s perspective allows for the team to be completely prepared for what if situations. Later on, they also brought in Branded AF to work on their website who has acted as an oracle, and Fandom on smart contracts.

This Adamo NFT team is guided by an ambitious mission of being a go-to platform where fashion enthusiasts across the globe would grow their brand and identity in the metaverse—a technology whose valuation is projected to cross the $1 trillion mark in a decade.