By June Ramli
From EPL to NFTs
Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Our guest today is Dubai-based Christopher Clarke, the newly appointed CEO at Kokoswap. Clarke is a unique individual who comes from a sporting background, specifically professional English football, having had a successful career with well-known teams like Wolverhampton, Wanderers and Blackpool.
He founded Kokoswap in January this year which is a unique platform which combines existing and upcoming features of NFT trades and blockchain gaming. It consists of a invite-only celebrity NFT platform, a state of the art decentralised gaming marketplace and a robust staking platform. It is a one-stop place for users to stake crypto, buy digital assets and play exciting decentralised games.
In this podcast, we discuss:
- What made him want to start Kokoswap?
- What does he read to keep up with all things NFTs?
- His opinion on why some people think that NFTs are all a sham and more.
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