Flyfish Club: A Restaurant Just For NFT Holders Opens Today

NFT
holders
are
welcome
at
Flyfish
Club.
According

to
the
introduction
on
its
main
site
,
the
New-York-based
gourmet
restaurant
Flyfish
Club
is
the
world’s
first
fine
dining
restaurant
for
NFT
holders.

Members
of
the
club
are
welcome
to
experience
the
highest
standards
in
the
restaurant
service
industry.


First
Exclusive-NFTs
Restaurant

To
join
the
private
dining
club,
users
need
to
purchase
the
membership
packages,
which
are
formed
under
NFTs.

Those
who
love
to
grab
this
chance
can
purchase
Flyfish
Club’s
NFTs
listed
on
OpenSea
marketplace,
create
a
member
profile
at
Flyfishclub.com
and
then
connect
wallets
for
ownership
verification.

The
two
tiers
available
are
Flyfish
Membership

costing
2.5
ETH
and
Flyfish
Omakase

costing
4.25
ETH.

With
the
regular
membership,
customers
will
have
access
to
cocktail
lounge,
main
dining
restaurant,
outdoor
space
and
private
events.
With
the
exclusive
membership,
customers
will
have
access
to
a
14-seat
omakase
room
and
of
course
receive
all
the
benefits
of
the
basic.

“Omakase”
is
a
popular
term
in
Japanese
cuisine,
referring
to
a
gourmet
experience
in
which
diners
sit
and
watch
the
chef
prepare
the
dishes
directly
on
the
spot
and
enjoy
them
as
soon
as
the
food
is
done.
Customers
can
also
have
a
face-to-face
interaction
with
the
chef.


A
Hot
Item

At
the
time
of
writing,
these
two
packages
were
sold
out,
even
though
the
restaurant’s
launch
is
unlikely
to
be
here
until
2023.
This
is
a
sign
that
NFTs
are
not
slowing
down
for
the
time
being.

Flyfish
Club
was
established
by
the
VCR
Group,
the
hospitality
services
providers
with
cultural
fusion
inspired
by
old-world
hospitality
and
present-day
technology.

VCR
Group’s
core
team
consists
of
familiar
names
in
the
F
&
B
industry:
Entrepreneur
Gary
Vaynerchuk,
David
Rodolitz
and
Conor
Hanlon.

According
to
the
details
on
the
official
website,
members
won’t
be
charged
an
annual
fee.
NFT
holders
can
also
sell
their
tokens
or
even
lend
their
assets
to
non-members
for
a
month.

To
wit,


“By
utilizing
NFT’s,
FFC
is
able
to
create
a
loyal,
member-community
that
we
can
provide
special
experiences
for.
NFT’s
create
new
modernistic
financial
models,
which
will
allow
FFC
to
deliver
an
exceptional
and
sustainable
product
for
years
to
come.”



Unique
Approach
Of
NFTs
To
Food
&
Beverage
Industry

NFTs
(or
non-fungible
tokens)
are
a
type
of
digital
asset
that
employs
blockchain
technology.

Simply
explained,
NFTs
are
assets
that
have
been
digitized
and
held
on
the
blockchain.
NFTs
are
tokens,
but
unlike
cryptocurrencies
such
as
Bitcoin
or
Ethereum,
each
token
is
unique.

Last
year,
the
NFT
market
took
significant
steps
forward.
It
made
major
contributions
and
achieved
success
in
a
variety
of
fields,
including
art,
film,
music,
and
games.

Real
estate
was
the
next
area
to
see
increased
investment
by
the
end
of
2021.

No
major
company
wants
to
be
left
behind
in
this
profitable
market,
including
F&B,
which,
according
to
our
suppositions,
has
the
least
connection
with
NFTs.

But
global
enterprises
are
quickly
adopting
NFT
technology
and
applying
it
to
business
lines
such
as
resorts,
restaurants,
and
hotels.

McDonald’s
became
the
first
restaurant
chain
in
China
to
offer
non-fungible
tokens
to
its
customers
in
October
2021.

After
McDonald’s
Shanghai
flagship
shop
opened
over
the
weekend,
a
limited
number
of
NFTs
will
be
distributed
to
employees
and
diners.

The
“Big
Mac
Cube”
NFT
is
modeled
by
the
shape
of
McDonald’s
China
headquarters,
an
eight-story
tower
located
in
West
Bund,
southwest
of
Xu
Hui
area.


Is
there
a
good
rationale
for
the
choice
to
launch
NFT?

McDonald’s
China
CEO
Zhang
Jiaying
stated
that
the
fast
food
corporation
is
a
youthful
brand
that
strives
for
the
most
sophisticated
fashion
and
technological
trends.
This
is
also
the
motivation
of
all
other
brands
in
the
market.

Flyfish
Club
could
be
the
first
NFT-exclusive
dining
establishment.
It
is
not,
however,
the
first
gourmet
concept
to
incorporate
cryptocurrencies
into
its
business
plan.

Previously,
a
restaurant
in
Florida
called
“Crypto
Street”
was
open,
with
decorations
that
featured
crypto-themed
wall
art.
The
restaurant
accepts
cryptocurrency
payments.


Important
Note:

There
have
been
reports
of
scammers
approaching
companies
via
Telegram,
LinkedIn
and
Other
Social
platforms
purporting
to
represent
Blockonomi
and
offer
advertising
offers.
We
will
never
approach
anyone
directly.
Please
always
make
contact
with
us
via
our

contact
page
here.