The Flyfish Club restaurant will be the first to offer memberships using non-fungible tokens. It will also provide high-end private dining, as there has been a huge demand for digital assets.
- Fortune magazine reported that Flyfish Club has begun selling memberships via NFTs in advance of its launch in 2023.
A premium membership to “omakase”, or approximately $13,930, costs 4.25ether.
- Nearly 1,500 tokens were sold to fund the crypto project at the new NYC restaurant. It has raised $14M.
- Fortune magazine reports that the restaurant, which will be a seafood-inspired one, will open in New York City in 2023. It will include a cocktail lounge and a 150-seat dining area, as well as an outdoor space at an undetermined location. There will also be a Japanese “omakase,” room for 14 people in a private area.
Fortune magazine reports that the restaurant, which will be a seafood-inspired one, will open in New York City in 2023. It will include a cocktail lounge and a 150-seat dining area, as well as an outdoor space at an undetermined location. There will also be a Japanese “omakase,” room for 14 people in a private area.
Presale: 350 Tokens
252 FLYFISH & 98 FLYFISH OMAKASE
Private sale on Dec. 15th, 2021 for investors, partners and contributors that have helped us along the way
Public Launch: 1,151 Tokens
948 FLYFISH & 203 FLYFISH OMAKASE
Allocated to public launch on Jan. 7th at 11 am, 2022
Reserves: 1,534 Tokens
1450 FLYFISH & 84 FLYFISH OMAKASE
Held back to VCR ownership to further build the brand, engage the NFT community, create partnerships and collaborations, or sell/gift to ensure the project is sustainable and scalable
The private “Omakase Experience” promises a “transportive journey” with a master sushi chef, who will prepare carefully crafted dishes using fresh fish from daily flights.
Flyfish Club, which is a digital representation of collectables like art and music, started selling memberships via NFTs this month. VCR Group, the company that manages Flyfish Club, said Fortune that it has raised nearly $14 million from the sale of 1,500 tokens.
Two levels of membership are available. You can purchase a Flyfish Club NFT using ether, the cryptocurrency which runs on the Ethereum blockchain. At Friday’s prices, the “Flyfish” level costs 2.5 Ethereum, which is approximately $8,264. The premium Flyfish Omakase level costs 4.25ether or approximately $13,930.
According to Chainalysis, the Flyfish Club project is being launched at a time when the NFT market has exploded to $41 billion . The $69million sale of NFT artworks by Christie’s was a major milestone in the market’s history.
Flyfish Club NFTs allow members to access the dining club by displaying colourful renditions of sushi styles such as nigiri. Membership comes with other benefits. Fortune reported that David Rodolitz, CEO of VCR Group, said that members can also lease the equipment when they are out of town or even sell it.
The magazine reported that tokens were being resold via NFT marketplace OpenSea among Flyfish Club members as well as people who wish to become members.
One perk is notable absent. Flyfish Club members can only buy NFTs using cryptocurrency. However, members must pay for food and drink with fiat money (old-fashioned US currency).
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