Celebrities support pro-artists digital app VNT Vention

Stars Ivana Alawi and Gloc 9 will be around to launch VNT Vention digital marketplace designed for local artists, including famous showbiz people. 

VNT Vention fair launch will be streamed on its Facebook page and YouTube channel at 4:00 p.m. (July 30). The program will be hosted by Daiana Meneses and Marvin Faviz, with stars Ivana Alawi and Gloc-9  as special guests. 

Labeled Pancakeswap Fair Launch, the launch happening today unveils the Philippines‘ first NFT Marketplace for artists and celebrities. Livestreaming on the site’s FB page and YouTube channel begins at 4:00 p.m.Model Daiana Meneses and businessman-influencer Marvin Faviz will host the program. NFT (Non-Fungible Token) can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files. VNT Vention founder Julius Santillan, a yuppie cryptocurrency trader and entrepreneur, noted during a virtual press conference: “We wanted to support our local artists who deserved to be known and earn through their craft. We’ll help them sell their collectibles and works of art.”The young visionary is on top of this digital platform that involves selling and auctioning stuff online. He hopes that Filipino artists in general will benefit from its noble cause.

The platform’s main objective is to encourage Pinoy artists, from musicians to painters to anyone in between, to use the blockchain technology to distribute their masterpieces to collectors and fans. Vention argues that “by tokenizing their works and selling them on a digital marketplace, they can maximize their reach for potential customers.”VNT Vention is a global market site focusing on artists and their creations. It is billed secure and would let anyone create, buy, sell, or collect digital merchandise with minimal platform fees. It’s the first of its kind in the Philippines as it wishes to attract more local artists. It eyes to help by providing a marketplace for artists to be known, by safekeeping arts and crafts, connecting people to art collectors, and ensuring them of a solid, supportive community.Santillan said that they had already tapped notable artists interested in selling their collectibles. He hopes that several Filipino freelancers, especially in the field of arts, will become part of this 21st century marketplace and enjoy its good returns.  For more information, check out VNT Vention’s site: https://vention.app/ 

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