Children of Singapore very rich people bounce on board the NFT train with ARC

 

Children of two Singapore extremely rich people have collaborated to make ARC, a private interpersonal organization dependent on NFTs.

Children of two Singapore extremely rich people have collaborated to make ARC, a private interpersonal organization dependent on NFTs.

Keat Lim,  son of financier Peter Lim, heir to human oil company Mewah International, are behind what they believe is more than just an NFT club.

ARC Goes Mainstream. 

According to The Straits Times, Lim and Cheo are aiming to build a full-fledged network that can collectively transport people from Taipei right to South Korea, and Australia. 

The platform allows customers to communicate, collaborate on projects and proportional stores, and meet at outstanding member events. 

Eventually, ARC will create its own metaverse to host online digital networks and bring interesting details to the ecosystem.

Cheo said, “We need to build a network that we have never seen in Asia.” Cheo said “We see a lot of (changing) the world, especially after COVID-19. Everyone at this stage of goal now needs a sense of belonging." 

ARC seeks to distance itself from the anonymity that has become synonymous with the crypto industry. The platform features strict authentication methods designed to verify the identity of every user. 

Lim and Cheo believe that this will help close the gap between online and offline reviews and create an atmosphere that blurs boundaries.  Even the vocation of the platform has been chosen to reflect the imagination and foresight of its creators. 

The two said they settled on ARC to connect the real and digital worlds and express their aspirations to move to Web3. 

Reported to have worked for the ARC prior to the Covid19 pandemic, but given the fact that they have significantly increased their presence in the network these days. The following week,  the mainstream and cryptocurrency media flooded with headlines about a unique NFT membership founded by the descendants of billionaires. This is a concept that seems like endless laughs to Lim and Cheo. 

These two should be more active on their project, but they seem to be very supportive of the deep memes on their network.

Jamie Lamten

Jamie Lamten is a writer and investor in crypto, provides his opinions and the latest news about non-fungible tokens.

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