BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ClickStream Corp. (OTC PINK: CLIS), a technology company focused on developing platforms that disrupt conventional industries, will launch its subsidiary, Nifter™ during the annual Art Basel Miami Expo. Art Basel is supported by over 290 galleries and attended by over 88,000 of the world’s top art collectors, celebrities, athletes, and influencers. The perfect timing of Nifter™‘s launch at Art Basel will allow Nifter to showcase NFTs of ultra-rare trading cards, signed memorabilia by NBA legends, and art by renowned artists to Nifter’s target audience of art collectors.
Nifter™ will benefit greatly from the direct physical access to the global art-collecting community converging on Miami, as well as, set the tone for Nifter as a trusted, top-tiered art collection platform in the art world.
“Nifter™ has separated itself from other NFT platforms by focusing on combining real-world use with token technology. Launching at Art Basel is the perfect opportunity to connect with our core art-collecting clientele.” Michael Smith, CEO of ClickStream
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