HUMBL & BLOCKS Partner on Blockchain Initiatives
HUMBL, Inc. (OTC: HMBL), a consumer blockchain business, today announced its partnership with BLOCKS, a decentralized blockchain venture, to streamline use cases spanning verticals such as payments, tickets, and NFTs. When it comes to payments, tickets, NFTs, and real estate, HUMBL is simplifying blockchain use cases for consumers.
Wyoming DAO, LLC, BLOCKS is a pioneer in the development of decentralized blockchains with straightforward use scenarios and blockchain components for consumers, businesses, and governments in the United States.
Because of this, the BLOCKS blockchain was created with the goal of becoming an independent, completely decentralized and community-governed blockchain in a short period of time.
BLOCKS is one of the world’s first Wyoming DAO, LLCs, established to offer a US-based, decentralized blockchain network that will utilize a mix of BLOCKS, bridges, and sidechains to promote blockchain adoption by consumers, businesses, and governments.
Teams from BLOCKS and HUMBL already started using bridges and side chains to minimize gas fees on NFTs by up to 98 percent, enhance metadata storage for NFTs throughout modalities such as music and video, as well as develop an enhanced “Verified by BLOCKS” registry to assist customers verify, monitor and confirm their global NFT holdings.
Pro and Olympic athletes, singers, and others will debut NFT collections in the next quarters with the help of HUMBL NFT clientele. BLOCKS builder blockchain plugin modules will be used by both organizations on the HUMBL Platform and the HUMBL Wallet to test payment, ticketing, and real estate modalities.
“Every technological cycle has linked consumer packaging businesses with the networks they operate on, whether it was Cisco packaging routers and switches or Apple packaging gigabytes and cell minutes on their partner networks. Global customers will get an improved blockchain grid and a simple packaging layer on top of it thanks to the combined efforts of the HUMBL and BLOCKS Network teams,” said Adam Wolfe, senior blockchain consultant at BLOCKS.