It was Kemper Snowboards that helped start the snowboarding market in the 1980s. Kemper Snowboards is now ready to launch an NFT product in the action sports category. A new snowboard line called NFT will pay homage to snowboarding in the 1980s and 1990s with retro snowboards. It will be called NFT because it is one of the most well-known snowboarding brands of the time. People who work for the chain that makes SIMBA Market are there to help with the launch of the NFT line. This is how it works: The blockchain technology platform will host Kemper’s digital room for its customers and help with sales, support, and more.
Gravity Sports Group’s “Riders Collectiv” NFT collection will start with Kemper as the first customer. The CEO of Kemper, Jib Hunt, wants to make Kemper the first company to join the collection. Hunt thinks that when the new technology of NFTs is combined with the radical and eye-catching brand styling of Kemper, it will make a unique combination.
People who make collectibles and products should combine the worlds of the digital and the real worlds. This is the next step in the evolution of NFTs. Owning a digital NFT that is linked to a real thing, like snowboards, is the next step. “I want Kemper Snowboards to be the first company to do this, and thanks to SIMBA Market and Riders Collectiv, that has become a reality.”
Unique: Riders Collectiv is the first of its kind. It will be home to all kinds of action sports NFTs for fans and followers. There are now more relevant partners and experts in the field working with the Collectiv. This allows the company’s brands to host their own NFTs in a single, fast-paced digital experience.
Items that are added to the Collectiv will be available in the Action Sports section of the SIMBA Market. It’s important that Kemper joins the list of brands that are releasing their NFTs this June. Kemper is known for its snowboard graphics and bright outerwear.
SIMBA Market wants to become a strategic partner of the Collectiv and help it grow its market in Action Sports, so it wants to help. “SIMBA Market, with its unique B2B2C offering of digital collectibles, is designed to make the experience fun, relevant, and most of all, simple,” says Brian Ritchie, CEO of SIMBA Chain. He thinks this will help make the experience more mainstream quickly.
Seeing the problems with existing NFT markets and how hard it is for people who aren’t crypto experts to use them, SIMBA Chain is making a place for people who want to buy digital collectibles but aren’t crypto experts. SIMBA Market will be able to accept fiat payments, have a simple and intuitive UX, have a lot of security features, and be able to access top brands like Kemper. This will make it appealing to both crypto and non-crypto users. This is because SIMBA Chain wants everyone to be able to use blockchain and for mainstream adoption to happen.
SIMBA Market’s NFT marketplace, which will start this June, will be a customer portal that connects businesses with people who might buy their products in sports, music, gaming, video production, and more.
How do you know about SIMBA Chain?
SIMBA Chain, which stands for “Simple Blockchain Applications,” has made it easier to make blockchain apps by removing the complexities and making the technology available to everyone, even if they don’t know much about blockchain. People who aren’t interested in cryptocurrency can use the NFT marketplace, SIMBA Market, to buy goods and services with money. It has a simple user interface, allows people to buy things with money, and sells well-known goods and services. The platform makes APIs that work with both public and private blockchains and is easy for any developer to use through drag and drop smart-contract building. SIMBA Chain, which was started at the University of Notre Dame, lets customers run blockchain applications without having to pay a lot of money for consultants or tech experts. Using SIMBA Chain’s cloud-based platform, developers, businesses, and universities, as well as other groups, can quickly build Web 3.0 solutions.
Because of Kemper Snowboards
When snowboarding was a big thing in the 1980s and 1990s, Kemper was one of the best-known brands. Kemper Snowboards was started by David Kemper in 1987. The company is known for its neon-themed snowboards and wacky clothes. Later, in 1989, Kemper Snowboards was bought by a California-based company. Kemper Snowboards went out of business a few years later in the mid-1990s. At the beginning of 2018, it was relaunched by a professional snowboarder named Jib Hunt. Today, Kemper Snowboards is based in Heber City, Utah, which is in the state of Utah.