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Cameron Chell adds Motoclub and MusicFX to his NFT portfolio

While many people are still skeptical about the long-term viability of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Cameron Chell has embraced them wholeheartedly.

Over the previous six months, his company, CurrencyWorks, which he launched in 2015, has scored key blockchain accomplishments. NFT platforms from the company continue to deliver new types of NFTs in a variety of industries, including cinema, music, and automotive.

Chell made international headlines in 2021 when he announced that “ZERO CONTACT,” starring Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, will be released exclusively as an NFT on VUELE, CurrencyWorks’ feature picture NFT platform. “The first feature film NFT,” as the science-fiction thriller was dubbed, was auctioned off.

Chell and his team began working on further drops for the film — as well as other NFTs in other industries — after the introduction of the first 11 ZERO CONTACT NFTs in September, which made more than $100,000.

As a result, CurrencyWorks launched Motoclub, an NFT platform for automotive collectibles, last year.

The popularity of Motoclub’s highly sought-after automobile NFTs at live Barrett-Jackson auctions has lifted total sales past $95,000, according to CurrencyWorks. The marketplace has also hosted a number of successful NFT pack drops, with prices ranging from $10 to $50.

Motoclub has announced the Barrett-Jackson Houston 2021 Collector Series, a special NFT collector line. Digital assets from Barrett-inaugural Jackson’s Houston Auction in September 2021 will be included in all three pack shipments.

NFTs for music have also been produced by Chell and the CurrencyWorks team.

To round out 2021, CurrencyWorks announced the launch of MusicFX, a new music entertainment platform co-founded by industry veterans Crown & Ace. “While giving musicians the potential to develop a new type of relationship with their followers – one where they may feel entirely connected,” the platform “allows fans to get truly invested in their favorite bands and artists.”

Parker McCollum, a platinum-selling country performer, was the first musician to sign with CurrencyWorks’ NFT platform, and MusicFX quickly enlisted him. On December 28th, MusicFX distributed 9,000 ordinary memberships to meet the high demand for McCollum’s original fan club NFTs.
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