Veritone Collaborates With This Web3 Platform For Block-Chain Powered Marketplace

Veritone Collaborates With This Web3 Platform For Block-Chain Powered Marketplace
  • Kyro Digital, a platform for Web3 Builders, collaborated with Veritone, Inc VERI, creator of aiWARE, a hyper-expansive enterprise AI platform
  • The partnership will make a fast, easy and secure experience for Veritone clients to use the Kyro Platform, Builder, and API to quickly create and deploy powerful new Web3 business applications that accelerate blockchain transformation.
  • Veritone customers can leverage Kyro Web3 Services, including the Kyro Crypto Builder, Kyro Apps, Kyro Pay, and Kyro Blockchain Services, to provide a full Web3 technology stack to innovate.
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  • Today, as part of the collaboration, Kyro launched a Marketplace with Olympic athlete Cody Miller at CodyMillerNFT.com. 
  • The blockchain-powered marketplace will feature custom NFTs representing Cody's Olympic medals, which come integrated with different tiers of utilities.
  • "This collaboration provides the opportunity for our clients to diversify their revenue streams through the use of NFTs and to achieve a new level of success in their business," said Sean King, senior vice president and general manager of Commercial Enterprise, Veritone. "With the Kyro partnership, our clients around the world can create a single storefront and generate revenue and fan engagement from anywhere."
  • Even as the value of digital assets like cryptocurrencies soar and venture capital (VC) investments in blockchain and crypto companies reach record highs, many business owners and developers are eager to enter this fast-growing market.
  • However, blockchain-based businesses continually innovate to develop Web3, the next generation of the internet, which will likely transform how people conduct business online.
  • Price Action: VERI shares traded lower by 1.99% at $6.40 on the last check Wednesday.

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