Capital Gains Report recently interviewed American Leisure Holdings, Inc. (OTCMKTS: AMLH) CEO Adrian Patasar and its Technology Strategy Advisor, Jonathan Herman. The interview focused on AMLH’s recent entry into the Web 3.0 space, the competitive advantages its recent acquisition has, and how the company plans to move forward in the sector.
AMLH’S PATH TO SUCCESS IN WEB 3.0
According to Market Research Future, the global Web 3.0 Blockchain market is estimated to grow at 44.6% CAGR during the assessment period (2022-2030).
AMLH’s first acquisition and initial entry into the space is through Baller Mixed Reality. Baller Mixed Reality allows NFT collectors to ‘show off’ NFTs through AR-3D apps. The NFTs offered by the company are collectibles signed by influential legendary athletes and entertainers.
With this acquisition, AMLH is positioned at the nexus of several lucrative markets.
$15 Billion Sports Memorabilia Industry (Forbes)
$25 Billion NFT Industry (Reuters)
$6.2 Billion Smart Glasses Industry (TechNavio)
HOW AMLH’s NFTs CAN BENEFIT INVESTORS
Bored Ape Yacht Club ($BAYC) was valued at $7,082 per coin when it opened on July 6th, 2021. As of press time one share is worth $351,817.
That’s a 4,867% increase in less than 12 months, showing just how quickly these NFTs can skyrocket in value.
NBA Top Shot stands out as one of the biggest NFTs there is, with some sources stating the collectible reached a market cap that was worth more than one billion U.S. dollars in 2021.
This shows there is a massive market for sports collectibles in the NFT space.
AMLH is uniquely positioned to take advantage of this opportunity.
HOW AMLH SEPARATES ITSELF
While $BAYC and Top Shot are two of the largest success stories, there are certainly hundreds of failures in the space as well. We asked Jonathan Herman how AMLH will differentiate itself and how it can succeed in the volatile NFT space.
Perfect NFT for the “Player Empowerment” EraAthletes are gaining more control over their careers, the sports media has dubbed it the “player empowerment” era. AMLH is the perfect NFT for this new era. It allows players to receive proper compensation for their likeness.
AMLH’s Baller Mixed Reality not only secures an initial fee from the NFT buyer. But, it also receives an 8% royalty on all sales of the collectible moving forward.
These fees are split with the athlete or entertainer in perpetuity.
In the current market, most athletes see money on the initial sale of collectibles and sometimes they won’t receive compensation at all. After the initial sale, they never see another dime even though it is their hard work that has driven the value in its market.
AMLH allows athletes to profit from the initial sale, and continue to receive royalties with every sale.
Athletes can also use the utility tokens to fund non-profit ventures.
All of these player-centric benefits could lead to Baller Mixed Reality becoming the NFT of choice for investors.
Free AdvertisingJonathan Herman of AMLH said, “We are leveraging the millions of dollars giants like Apple, Meta, and Samsung are spending to market the metaverse and their smart glasses.”Baller Mixed Reality NFTs will show up on smart glasses allowing collectors to show off their collectibles anywhere.
Fringe Benefits for NFT CollectorsNFT collectors will not only receive a potentially lucrative collectible, but in many cases, these NFTs will give the collector access to exclusive events and opportunities providing further value to the buyer.
AMLH’s PLAN MOVING FORWARD
CEO Adrian Patasar said, “We will now focus on two main divisions.”
Web 3.0 AcquisitionAMLH plans to acquire more lucrative web3 opportunities like Baller Mixed Reality to further strengthen its portfolio in the industry expected to grow at a rate of 44% annually for the next 8 years.
Digital MarketingAMLH will then leverage its digital marketing abilities to provide awareness and adoption of its acquisition, helping boost revenue for the company. Thereby increasing value for its shareholders.
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