The activity application immi launched in Apple’s App Store on Wednesday after receiving investments from billionaire Mark Cuban, singer Pitbull, and Paris Hilton’s 11:11 Media, the most recent in a string of VIP investments in firms focused on the metaverse and non-fungible coins.
The activity application immi was released in the Apple App Store on Wednesday following rumors from entrepreneur Mark Cuban, singer Pitbull, and Paris Hilton’s 11:11 Media, the most recent in a string of VIP interests in enterprises focused on the metaverse and non-fungible tokens.
The program, which creates activities for use in web-based entertainment or the metaverse, will allow chosen owners of the well-known Bored Ape Yacht Club and My Pet Hooligan NFTs to bring these characters to life.
According to a spokesman, the organization’s seed round of commitments valued immi at $50 million. Tony Robbins, Zoom organizer Eric Yuan, and artist Steve Aoki are among the other financial benefactors.
NFTs are sophisticated resources that use blockchain innovation to track who owns a digital document, which may be an image, a video, or a text.
According to information provider Pitchbook, funding interests in NFT-centered new firms have increased over the previous year, with more than $2 billion in cash committed across 331 organizations.
On Sunday, Paris Hilton, who has acquired and manufactured NFTs as well as invested in other digital money organizations, shared a video of a vivified Bored Ape NFT character on her Twitter account.
Immi intends to send forth its characters as NFTs as well as resurrect seriously existent NFTs later on, according to the group.
“I adore the great way immi puts the power of ingenuity in the hands of creators and brings such incredible utility to NFTs,” Paris Hilton stated after posting her Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT on Twitter.