Real Meta Tech LLC will serve as the Lead Marketing Partner for eWorld's Bitcoin Wine NFT initiative.
According to an agreement concluded between eWorld Companies, Inc. (OTC: EWRC) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Angelini Trading Company.
Real Meta Tech will use all of its tools and resources, including social media posts, creative marketing methods, and its extensive roster of influencers, to promote and market Bitcoin Wine under the terms of the agreement.
eWorld Companies CEO, Pablo Wagner, said, "This is a significant achievement for our firm and the Bitcoin Wine NFT initiative.
"We are certain that Real Meta Tech LLC is the best candidate to lead this promotion after four months of interviewing, cross-examining, due diligence, and critical thinking.
"While it's impossible to predict actual future events, we've always believed that with the right marketing strategy, we could swiftly sell out our entire inventory of 10,000 Bitcoin Wine NFTs for $1,000 apiece and create $10,000,000 in sales.
"Real Meta Tech, we feel, has the personnel, experience, tools, and track record to assist us in achieving that aim.
"Bitcoin Wine" is a limited-edition NFT series that celebrates and promotes good wine.
"A limited amount of 10,000 bottles of carefully selected and easily recognisable excellent wine will be included in this unique "Bitcoin Wine" series.
Each "Bitcoin Wine" in the series will be a two-piece ensemble made possible by blockchain technology: (1) a recognizable and tangible bottle of Bitcoin Wine that the owner may display in their house, i.e. a "physical token," and (2) a digital asset, often known as "crypto art," that can be uploaded to their online NFT portfolio. The physical token and digital asset will only be available as a two-piece set, and each bottle of wine will have a unique QR code that, when scanned, will lead the viewer to a specific location.
The physical token and the digital asset are only available as a two-piece set, and each bottle of wine will have a unique QR code that, when scanned, will direct the viewer to the digital item in question.