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Multiplayer Browser - Stack Announces Selling Lifetime Licenses as NFTs

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Multiplayer Browser - Stack Announces Selling Lifetime Licenses as NFTs
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Multiplayer browser for Collaboration - Stack, is planning to sell lifetime licenses of its subscription as Non-fungible tokens. With this Stack is becoming one of the first SaaS tools that is selling access to its premium version as the primary utility of an NFT.

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Stack is an inherently collaborative spatial browser with a completely new design, look, and method for organizing and navigating the Internet! It comes with Multiplayer Rooms, which allows users to have friends, colleagues, and web content harmoniously organized in one space.

Stack NFT is the first project that provides access to the most important tool - the browser as its direct utility

“Unfortunately, most of the NFT projects today don’t have any utility at all. The project owners have no real company, team, or partners behind them. Sometimes they don't even have a web page, just a crazy idea of some sort of P2E game in the (non-existing) Metaverse. As a result, most of the NFTs fail. And we witness ‘rugpulls’ more frequently than real projects, severely damaging the reputation of the entire NFT industry. At Stack we are building an NFT project with real value, granting utility to its holders right from the beginning” - says David Gavasheli, co-founder of Stack.

Stack NFT owners can get Unlimited Rooms for organizing their web content and Collaborative Spaces with up to 55 seats. Without buying NFT, those features would cost annually up to $7,000.

A Multiplayer browser is a place where users exchange information seamlessly and build things together

"At Stack, we believe that a browser can do much more than just be a simple gateway to the internet. If designed well, it can become a collaboration hub for the teams" - Says co-founder of Stack, George Laliashvili.  Being Multiplayer, allows Stack to make any app that is not inherently collaborative, if opened in Stack, to become one. This is because Stack provides the cross-app collaboration layer with all the features you and your team might ever need!

NFT Art - Own Your Cursor aka Stack spaceship

Stack NFT project is a pure Utility NFT! But considering how strongly the team  appreciates aesthetic design,  they have decided to make something special with NFT art as well.

“The cursor is rapidly becoming the symbol of collaboration and multiplayer, a steer using which you navigate the web. It is what represents you online and how your peers see you from the other side. And since Stack is the first multiplayer browser, we have  decided to create 6242 unique Cursors as the art representing our Utility NFT.”  - Says co-founder of Stack, Zviad Sichinava.

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The coolest thing with Stack NFT art is that you can also set it as a default cursor on your desktop. And since Stack NFT space supports a multi-cursor experience, everyone sharing the space can also see that your cursor is one from that unique collection of 6242!

Team actively posts sneak peaks and updates on Twitter. Follow Stack to stay updated!

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About Stack
Stack is the first multiplayer browser for mindful online experiences. With its unique spatial design and shortcut first navigation, it converts your internet into a place where you have all your apps, friends, and family organized in harmony. Stack is a Delaware Corporation founded in 2019, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and backed by Lunar Ventures, Peak Capital, Wayra X, and 500Startups.
 

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David Gavasheli - co-founder at Stack
david@getstack.app

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