Jambb and Rarible are banding together in a new venture to bring comedic moments to NFT enthusiasts. The collection will feature 10 of the most famous minutes from Jambb’s top picks and upcoming entertainers. While providing comedians a further reach, this new adventure will also enable Jambb to work with one of the world’s best NFT markets and extend to new crowds.
Jambb Comedy NFTs?
The assortment will be exclusively sold on Rarible at 37 FLOW each. In addition, the collection will include exhibitions by Maria Bamford, Ian Edwards, Pete Holmes, Zainab Johnson, Adam Ray, Beth Stelling, Moses Storm, and Chaunté Wayans in 10 video-based NFTs.
“We’re incredibly excited to work alongside Rarible. Which shares our mission to support creators in reaching their fan communities through the inclusive world of Web3. By offering our collectibles on Rarible’s marketplace, we’re able to expand the range of our footprint. All while providing comedy enthusiasts with previously unseen content from their favorite comedians.” – Alex DiNunzio, organizer and CEO of Jambb
Jambb filled a unique gap in the NFT space as the world’s first digital collectibles platform inside the comedy sector. By providing comedians opportunities to reach new audiences, Jambb helps creators monetize and own their artistic creations.
In addition, by using NFTs as a gateway, fans can get closer to their favorite artist through various metaverse experiences. With the help of Rarible’s vast multi-chain marketplace, Jambb looks to take these artists’ creations to the moon!
At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic influenced any possibilities of performing live, Jambb put more than $750,000 back into comedians’ bags. Additionally, Jambb’s works have dropped an NFT collection for the hit series Roommates, created by and starring comedians Ian Edwards and Paul Elia.
They join Jambb’s impressive lineup, including Hannibal Buress, Azhar Usman, and Tom Segura. However, Jambb looks to switch gears and move further into the Web3 bubble with this new partnership with Rarible.