Oasis, a branch owned by crypto company LQID, talks about the advancements of the NFT Gourmet platform. On October 19, Oasis Digital Studios Limited announced that it would launch a trading platform with non-fungible tokens aimed at gourmet food fans. The NFT platform is also expected to showcase unique pieces of the company that would be collectibles.
Oasis suggests that NFT Gourmet, the established name for the virtual platform, will allow foodies to buy and save unique recipes among the novelties. In this way, the gastronomic world will revolutionize the virtual auction market.
NFT Gourmet reaches out to food fans
NFT Gourmet promises to link food to the non-fungible market through its virtual platform. The website promoters promise to showcase unique food-based pieces through recipes, food tips, or even images of prepared dishes. Each of these NFT pieces can be saved and resold if the holder wishes.
According to the progress that Oasis shows, the NFT platform will be launched early next year. The company expects more professional chefs to get involved in their NFT auction space, with around 30 participants. The website will be available to both chefs and fans looking to have a unique piece to collect.
The LQID CEO, the company that owns Oasis, David Lucatch, believes this new technology will benefit the gastronomic field and the chefs who participate. Lucatch includes that Oasis Digital Studios is gaining share in the crypto market and has been a huge success with Aftermath Islands.
NFT Gourmet makes improvements before its official launch
The developers of the NFT platform confess that about 600 recipes have been stored, brought by professional and enthusiastic Chefs. Since October, the website has gone from having about 15 chefs on its list to more than double in November. NFT Gourmet has also been linked to some 500 renowned restaurants worldwide, many of which have won awards.
Oasis focuses on award-winning restaurants such as James Beard, Wagyu Beef Japanese A5 Accreditations, or AAA-3 recognitions in the UK. But the NFT platform also accepts chefs trending on social networks such as Instagram.
After covid-19 arrived, online food sales have increased by over 50 percent, according to figures provided by the culinary platform Food Network. The website predicts that sales could increase if the pandemic continues into the next year.
There are only a few weeks left for NFT Gourmet to open its space to non-fungible commerce, which is already a trend. The NFT platform might grow more than predicted, attracting chefs from several countries and not just Europe.