What is Liquid MarketPlace? We Explain Here
A marketplace, sometimes known as a market place, is an area where people frequently congregate to buy and sell food, animals, and other items.
A website called Liquid MarketPlace makes it possible to share ownership of expensive collectibles. Anyone can get a portion of some of the world’s most valuable collectibles through LMP. The platform makes owning collectibles more accessible.
The trading platform Liquid MarketPlace was created by seasoned collectors Ryan Bahadori, Amin Nikdel, and Logan Paul. It is the only one of its kind to offer a fully democratic approach to collecting through its voting page, which gives users influence over their ownership.
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Logan is a social media influencer and YouTuber. He runs the Impaulsive podcast, which has been running since November 2018 and is rapidly approaching 4 Million subscribers and 500 Million views, in addition to creating videos on his own YouTube channel.
All tangible goods entering Liquid MarketPlace are authenticated, photographed, insured, and then securely housed in a third-party vault of bank-grade, which the third party owns and operates.
Liquid MarketPlace merely offers a technical solution that enables the tokenisation and secondary trading of shared ownership interests; it does not claim ownership of any of the tokens or the underlying property.
The platform is guided by Jeff Levin, Buster Scher, Jeremy Padawar, Rich Antoniello, Rob Segal, and Steve Aoki. Blockchain and cryptocurrency technology fuel it.
In February 2021, Liquid MarketPlace was established.