BEVERLY HILLS, CA, Oct. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire -- ClickStream Corp. (OTC PINK:CLIS), a technology company focused on developing platforms that disrupt conventional industries, has begun negotiations with Amazon to implement an AI based recommendation and user experience engine for Nifter’s NFT marketplace. Similar to AI engines by Spotify, Apple and big tech, Nifter™ will allow art collectors to create customized experiences based on their interests such as sports memorabilia, 3D art, trading cards, music genres and more.
“Added to being a publicly traded platform, this partnership gives Nifter the competitive advantage of providing an unparalleled user experience that will increase conversation rates, adoption and sales,” says Carl “Supreme” Harte – ClickStream’s Creative Director.
Nifter™ is a Non-fungible Token (NFT) marketplace that allows artists & athletes to create, sell and discover unique NFTs on the Nifter™ marketplace. NFTs are digital tokens stored on a blockchain that can record ownership. Nifter™ business model cuts out the red tape and lets artists monetize directly.
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