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Chroma World NFT Bridges the Gap Between the Physical and Digital Space Through Unique Abstract Art

The modern art world is seeing a massive transition towards the digital space. This is all in part due to the massive popularity of NFTs. Non-fungible tokens have taken a step towards the mainstream, enticing potential investors towards the unique digital art piece offerings and the future value that they provide. Chroma World is an NFT project that is quickly gaining popularity among avid investors and collectors worldwide, cementing its place as a highly anticipated NFT in the market.

Chroma World is a place welcome to all, especially discerning collectors who love weird-looking abstract art pieces. The imaginative art pieces stimulate the minds of its collectors in unique and remarkable ways. There is no limit to one’s own imagination, and the abstract art of this particular NFT takes that notion up a notch in several ways.

“One of our main goals is to connect digital and physical art, which will be done in a variety of ways,” explained the project’s developers. Season one of the Chroma World project includes 9001 NFTs called the “Abstractars,” which are built on the Ethereum blockchain. It is a collection that is wildly different, but in a way, makes absolute sense. 

Each Chroma World token includes over 250 hand draw traits, as well as original one of one’s. The traits will be used to generate each unique piece through a procedural algorithm. The collection will include abstract art, pixel art, simplistic, clean, greyscale, rare gold traits, and many more. The focus on the 2D collection is in the background while also blending in with the abstract character. 

There is also the Chroma World ‘Feature Program’, which connects and supports other creators all across the globe, fostering a united community of like-minded individuals while hopefully inspiring people along the way. Each Chroma World token portrays bright, colorful, random art with no rules. They feature loose edges and are very captivating to look at. “It is for people who want something different to what’s currently in the market, but also enjoy the ability to collect pieces with unique traits and their own style that might suit their personality,” shared the team. “The art is unique, and that’s why we believe people will be interested in the collection,” they added. 

Chroma World is a full abstract collection in a style that has never been done in the NFT space. The project pushes the boundaries compared to collections that have been released in the past, which are cookie-cutter and very cut and dry. The emphasis on the collection is aimed at the background artwork. Each background is handcrafted and is very different, and they will come in a variety of styles and colors. 

The collection also pays tribute to some of the amazing communities in the NFT space. Chroma World can essentially be seen as an extension to its investors’ previous collections, making it even more appealing in the process. 

To know more about the amazing Chroma World NFT, make sure to visit the project’s official website. Join the Discord server and follow the project on Instagram and Twitter for more live updates.

Massachusetts Teen Gamifies In-Store Shopping With an Innovative Solution to Improve Brick-and-Mortar Foot Traffic and Sales

When Alexina McQuilkin entered the Beta Bowl virtual entrepreneurship immersion as a high school sophomore, she had no technical, business, or design background. What she did have, however, was an idea for an app to rejuvenate the brick-and-mortar businesses that have been declining between the rise of online shopping and the pandemic-induced lockdowns. As a former three-sport athlete with an unusually open schedule due to the pause on in-person activities, Alex dedicated her newfound free time to scoping out her app idea and turning it into a viable business venture. By the time she completed the Beta Bowl entrepreneurship immersion, Alex had her business plan, financial model, pitch deck, and app mockup in hand. For most aspiring entrepreneurs with little more than an idea, that’s where they stop – until or unless they can attract funding or team members to bring the mockup to life in a ready-to-beta-launch minimum viable product. Alex is a cut above most aspiring entrepreneurs, and she proved that over the next 12 months.

Alex spent the 5 months after Beta Bowl teaching herself how to build a no-code working beta version of her app, transitioning from a Figma mockup to a Glide apps MVP. Since then, Alex has taken the bold step so few aspiring entrepreneurs do: She’s stepped outside her comfort zone to network with and pitch her app to prospective beta customers, as well as to investors, universities, and multiple entrepreneurial accelerators and incubators that have welcomed her with connections, positive feedback, and an open door into their programs. Alex isn’t just an aspiring entrepreneur with an idea; she’s a teen who’s motivated to change the world and improve the brick-and-mortar customer acquisition and engagement battle with her novel solution, Local Treasure. If you combine Pokémon Go with mobile-focused digital marketing tools with geo-targeting capabilities, that’s her venture – and the benefits extend to both businesses and their B2C customers. Alex exemplifies the one trait entrepreneurs – young and old – need to succeed: undeterred resourcefulness. She’s currently seeking out campus-centric beta testers at select universities to help resurrect the college town brick-and-mortar ecosystem and economy, while also sharpening her marketing and tech-specific skillset with independent study and AP computer science courses.

When asked about Alex’s progress and success, Beta Bowl founder Rachel Greenberg told us: “If Alex’s impressive strides on Local Treasure prove anything, it’s that driven teens out there are capable of changing the world and improving the business landscape, and a heavy course load, lack of prior technical skills, and a pandemic doesn’t hamper that.”In these disruptive and unprecedented times, innovation isn’t a nice-to-have; it’s a necessity. If you’re a brick-and-mortar business owner interested in beta testing Alex’s app – or an intern looking to help a burgeoning startup grow – feel free to contact Alex and the Local Treasure team.