Over in the exotic and mysterious land of the USA, a popular seafood restaurant has begun experimenting with NFT VIP membership. Consequently, drawing the ire of the normally calm and collected realm of Twitter.
In its latest marketing campaign, Dame restaurant in New York City, worked in collaboration with the Front of House NFT platform to put together a $1000 non-fungible token that provides the exclusive perk of ‘skipping the line’. As a result, those with the NFT know-how can jump the queue in its table booking system by presenting their ‘Affable Hospitality Club’ token.
Despite VIP membership dating back to at least the ancient Egyptians however, Twitter became furious at the inclusion of NFTs. Therefore, responding in its now predictable outrage with statements such as ‘restaurant reservation culture has gone too far’ and ‘worse than the QR code menu’ (which it definitely isn’t).
All in all, Dame commissioned just 20 of the now widely known NFTs, of which, 11 remain available. So, anyone wishing to rile up Twitter users with nothing better to do, can head to the Front of House platform to pick up theirs now! According to sources, the platform will split the proceeds 80/20 between the restaurant and the marketplace.
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