VeVe will be hosting its first IRL event at today’s DesignerCon. They are calling it the ‘VeVe x DesignerCon Kickoff Party’. It is all set to take place at the 3DRetro campus in Glendale, California.
VeVe’s IRL Event at Designercon
VeVe has chosen this weekend’s DesignerCon in California as their first IRL event. This one has been labeled a party for both, and VeVe fans have been told they should go so that they don’t miss out.
DesignerCon is kicking off the year 2022 with new exciting drops and returning artists in Glendale, California. Beyond this, DesignerCon will host monthly drops running up to their DesignerCon UK (September) and DesignerCon Anaheim (November).
Series 1 of the event will see multiple returning artists and actual collectibles that are associated with several drops. This also features artists that include Camille Rose Garcia, kozyndan, Dave Pressler, and VeVe newcomer Yoskay Yamamoto, alongside designer toy brand, Munkyking.
A lot of things will be going on at the VeVe IRL event, including a DCon series 1 drop at 1 PM PT, with the event starting at 12 PM PT. Beyond this, the first 500 attendees will receive free food from various food trucks. Also, there will be a musical performance from DJ Alex Yang and certain giveaways will take place.
To clarify, VeVe was founded in 2018 by collectors for collectors. Their goal is to bring premium licensed NFT digital collectibles to the mass market. With over 500,000 active users and 1.4 million NFTs sold (as of 1st November per Yahoo), VeVe is the largest mobile-first digital collectibles platform.
Utilizing both blockchain and augmented reality technologies, VeVe offers premium licensed collectibles from many leading brands. Significantly, these include DC Comics, Warner Bros, Cartoon Network, Marvel, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future and Coca-Cola.
Without a doubt, the app has recently gained more attention from a large community of Marvel fans with their launches of Marvel digital collectibles last year, featuring Spiderman and Captain America characters, as well as the ‘What If’ Comic series.