History-making CryptoJewish Launches The First-ever Certified Kosher NFT Collection

The launch of CryptoJewish paves the way for a new level in bridging the gap between generations and a digital and physical world. It enables individuals to own art or visit the Synagogue in Decentraland.

CryptoJewish makes history as it unveils the first-ever certified Kosher NFT collection, touted as one of the most remarkable events in the recent history of Metaverse.

As the first Kosher NFT collection, it is set to make headway in the NFT industry by showcasing 10,000 unique digital relics on the Polygon blockchain.

CryptoJewish stressed that its long-term mission is to build a vibrant, Web 3.0 savvy community ardent about innovation and culture. With that in mind, the introduction of the unprecedented KOSHER CryptoJewish NFT collectible is the first step in the roadmap.

Alongside the unveiling of NFT collectible would be the first official, Chief Rabbi certified Synagogue in the Metaverse, with exclusive accesses, content, art, and additional services that would come along the way.

The NFTs were created with an algorithm managing more than 85 unique attributes. Some valuable extras, including exclusive accesses to secret locations along with unique off-the-market NFTs and impressive JUDAICAS, will be available later on.

CryptoJewish states that the digital architectural wonder in Decentraland has been created to replicate the Synagogue of Szeged. The original building, which was designed by Lipót Baumhorn, was completed in 1902. It is known as the fourth biggest Synagogue in the world.

This project features how far the Jewish communities have arrived, innovating and following current times in the digital era that’s spanning across various industries, cultures, and generations.

The virtual replica is the absolute reflection of the original but showcases a unique interior where the 25 rarest pieces of the KOSHER NFT collection launched by CryptoJewish can be viewed and purchased along with the KOSHER certificate itself.

Two firms behind the project are already accomplished and savvy in metaverse topics. Los Angeles-based, award-winning entertainment conglomerate The Hello Group ('THG') and Post For Rent, influencer and media firm have built this partnership with a goal of building opportunities in the Metaverse for creators, cultures, and brands.

In cooperation with key officials from Post For Rent's leadership, helmed by its founder and CEO Gergo Csiszar and COO Zsolt Varga-Szilagyi, THG aims to launch a brand new division for its Web3 initiatives, called 'HelloVerse.' The new division seeks to solidify THG's name as the first entertainment, talent-focused firm to have its own building in the Metaverse, showcasing original and partner IP across its roster, and its 14 divisions.

Taylor Jones, CEO of The Hello Group, says the team is excited to be at the vanguard of the cultural progress in the digital world through its partnership with Post For Rent.

"Our company, HelloVerse, plans to make an announcement in the coming weeks in relation to its extensive plans in Web3 and The Hello Group's expansion in the metaverse", says Taylor.

Post For Rent, on the other hand, has led the pack for firms to explore the virtual possibilities and for creators to look for new voices as well as new revenue streams. It has created the first Influencer ClubHouse in Decentraland in December 2021, called Fresh Stash House.

Alongside the CryptoJewish NFT collection, Fresh Stash will become the IP of HelloVerse within the scope of the new agreement between THG and Post For Rent.

Gergo Csiszar, Founder and CEO of Post For Rent, says while this isn't the team's first project with The Hello Group, it is the one the team is most excited about.

"The vision and the up and coming projects we have been developing for THG's new division is truly something that stands out in the industry. We can't wait for the official launch," stressed Gergo.

Those who wish to learn more about CryptoJewish and its game-changing projects may visit the website for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Zsolt Varga-Szilágyi
Email: Send Email
Organization: CryptoJewish
Address: Hungary
Phone: +36306936600
Website: https://crypto-jewish.com/

Release ID: 89065580