- Mousebelt is a full-service blockchain accelerator.
- The company will provide technology and creative support via BoredJobs and Web3ID for the VIP lounge access pilot program.
- Locations include Miami, Mexico City, San Juan, Bogota, Istanbul, Bangkok, and more.
Mousebelt, a full-service blockchain accelerator, today announced a partnership between its subsidiary, NFT IP licensing marketplace BoredJobs.com, and Global Lounge Network (GLN), a company that designs, finances, develops, operates and markets VIP lounges at 28 airport lounges in 11 cities around the world.
In this partnership, Bored Jobs and GLN will work together to launch an initial pilot program that enables VIP access to airport lounges for Bored Apes Mutant Ape and Gutter Cat Gang OG NFT holders.
For the pilot program, 200 day lounge passes will be distributed to NFT holders. MouseBelt will provide technology and creative support via BoredJobs and Web3ID; its NFT authentication technology to verify owners and match blue-chip digital asset owners with top-class physical lounges.
The platform will also work with GLN to observe trends and apply lessons learned to future pilots as GLN leverages its expertise to bridge Web3 and the aviation world.
“NFT owners expect private access from their NFTs. We believe airport lounges are a natural extension of the exclusive access these owners demand. As a result, an NFT can be a golden ticket when flying,” said Patrick McLain, co-founder of BoredJobs.
Bored Ape, Mutant Apes and Gutter Cat Gang NFT holders will be able to access airport lounges at all GLN locations, including Miami, Mexico City, San Juan, Bogota, Istanbul, Bangkok, and more.
BoredJobs and Global Lounge Network plan to open this initial pilot to BAYC and GCG community members sometime in the next 60 days, with more information to be released soon.
This partnership marks a development by both companies to expand IP use for blue-chip NFT holders while exploring new avenues for bringing increased exposure to the Web3 community.
Prior to this partnership with Bored Jobs, GLN has already made its foray into the NFT space with an unannounced project called GLN NFT. The NFT project is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GLN, which was formed for the purposes of engaging in strategic partnerships in the Web3 space, as well as releasing NFT memberships.
Commenting on the partnership with BoredJobs, Ian Stern, Chief Visionary Officer at Global Lounge Network NFT said: “Since the network of airport lounges is already existing, we are looking forward to providing utility and access to our Global Lounge Network NFT holders and to other strategic partners in the Web3 space.”
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