Mouse Belt’s co-founder Patrick McLain said “A brand may tap HIRE on an ape, and will submit the transaction to the ape’s owner if both parties agree to move through with the arrangement.”
Blockchain accelerator Mouse Belt Labs launched the “Boredjobs” marketplace with the goal of making all 10,000 BAYC NFTs available to firms looking to “show interest in recruiting for campaigns.”
No one may hire 10,000 Apes unless the appropriate BAYC owners verify ownership and register to see offers.
“The Bored Ape Yacht Club gave its members an excellent opportunity to profit from the NFTs’ intangible assets. They did not come with any kind of user manual, albeit a note indicates that “Bored Jobs is preparing this guide.”
Mclain said “The only connection we’re making is between brands and apes. All of the finer points of the deal, including the terms of any licencing agreements, would be worked out via direct negotiations between the parties.”
In contrast to other NFT ventures, Bored Ape Yacht Club provides owners with commercial rights, which they are putting to creative use. In an upcoming TV series, Seth Green’s (Robot Chicken) gorilla will play a major role. A group of four BAYC avatars perform as KINGSHIP, a band that emerged in the metaverse late last year.