‘LifeStyles In 360’ opens world’s first luxury NFT mall

By Raffaele Redi
• Updated

The firm launched in 2020 amid the pandemic, offering online shoppers way to shop safely

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The LifeStyles In 360 platform has launched the world’s first luxury virtual NFT mall and comprehensive in-home shopping platform, as Covid-19 led to a surge in e-commerce and accelerated digital transformation.

The company, behind the Whole Foods, Giuseppe Zanotti and Aston Martin e-marketplaces, is ready to inaugurate a GameStop NFT virtual store within the first quarter of 2022.

“We have created the first virtual NFT shopping platform which is the epitome of ultra-luxury and provides 100% online privacy and discretion for our clients. We also responsibly curate the best partners and vendors by invitation only which share our vision for a new, diverse, technically efficient and all-inclusive marketplace,” said founder Yasmine P Clarke in a news release.

In-demand items

Based in Orlando, Florida, the patent-pending platform is finding sources for in-demand luxury brands and items for their clients from across the US to around the world – amid supply chain disruptions – and said it is currently in talks to form partnerships with large retailers.

“Due to these economically uncertain times, Covid-19 and its many new variants, consumers and business owners of all sizes now recognize the urgent need for a new virtual e-commerce infrastructure,” said Clarke.

The platform also features luxury real estate properties to purchase via cash, credit or its own crypto, the Bee2Bee Coin (BEE). The coin, which is currently worth $0.0028, has a circulation supply of BEE2bn while the maximum supply is BEE300bn.

The coin aims to fund ‘The Bee2Bee Network’, designed to “employ, train, and groom a new generation of tech-savvy luxury retail and web development talent from underserved communities.”

Luxury brands cutting Google ads

Moreover, the company is focussed on featuring new female-owned and minority-owned luxury brands such as Spa N Party, a line of all natural, vegan and organic handmade soaps.

“LifeStyles In 360 understood our unique store concept and designed a virtual store within their virtual NFT shopping mall which represents our brand perfectly. The company did it all from designing and building our virtual store, marketing our brand across social media to the delivery of our products to our clients,” said Spa N Party owner Tamara McNeil in the release.

“As a result, we have also cut our traditional Google Ads and social media spend budget in half because the platform is very efficient and delivers real sales results. As a small luxury retailer, we could not find the comprehensive services and overall value of our new virtual store anywhere else. It is by far a great investment compared to traditional brick and mortar lease rentals.”

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