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Multiplayer Browser – Stack Announces Selling Lifetime Licenses as NFTs

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PRESS RELEASE. Amsterdam, Netherlands Collaborative Multi-User Browser – Stack plans to sell lifetime licenses for its subscription in the form of non-fungible tokens. This stack becomes one of the first SaaS tools to sell access to its premium version as the main NFT utility.

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Stack is essentially a spatial collaboration browser with a brand new design, look and feel to organize and navigate the web! It comes with multi-user rooms that allow users to have friends, colleagues, and web content organized harmoniously in one space.

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Stack NFT is the first project to provide access to the most important tool – the browser as its direct utility.

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“Unfortunately, most NFT projects today are generally useless. There is no real company, team or partners behind the project owners. Sometimes they don’t even have a web page, just a crazy idea for some kind of P2E game in the (defunct) Metaverse. As a result, most NFTs fail. And we are witnessing “picking” more often than real projects, which seriously undermines the reputation of the entire NFT industry. At Stack, we are building an NFT project with real value, providing utility to its holders from the very beginning,” says David Gavasheli, co-founder of Stack.

Stack NFT owners can get unlimited rooms to organize their web content and collaboration space for up to 55 seats. Without buying an NFT, these features will cost up to $7,000 per year.

The multi-user browser is a place where users seamlessly share information and build things together.

“At Stack, we believe that a browser can do much more than just be a simple gateway to the Internet. With the right design, it can become a collaboration hub for teams,” says Stack co-founder Giorgi Laliashvili. Being multi-user, Stack allows you to make any application that is not inherently collaborative, if it is open in Stack, become one of them. This is because Stack provides a layer of cross-application collaboration with all the features you and your team could ever need!

NFT Art – Own Your Cursor aka Spaceship Stack

The Stack NFT project is pure Utility NFT! But given how much the team values ​​aesthetic design, they decided to do something special with NFT art as well.

“The cursor is quickly becoming a symbol of collaboration and multiplayer, the steering wheel that you use to navigate the web. It is what represents you online and how your peers see you from a different perspective. And since Stack is the first multiplayer browser, we decided to create 6242 unique cursors as an illustration to represent our Utility NFT.” – Stack co-founder Zviad Sichinava says.

The coolest thing about Stack NFT art is that you can also set it as your default desktop cursor. And since the Stack NFT space supports multiple cursors, anyone using the space can also see that your cursor is one of that unique 6242 collection!

The team is actively posting details and updates on Twitter. Follow the stack to stay updated!

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About stack
heap is the first multi-user browser for a conscious online experience. With its unique spatial design and fast navigation, it turns your web into a place where all your apps, friends and family are organized in harmony. Stack is a Delaware corporation founded in 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, backed by Lunar enterprises, Peak Capital, Wind Xas well as 500Startups.

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David Gavasheli – co-founder of Stack
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