Largest NFT museum under construction
Guggenheim co-founder Todd Morley says the world’s largest NFT museum is under construction.
Guggenheim Partners is a financial services company that has been known in the crypto world in the past for claiming to have invested in bitcoin.
During the Bloomberg TV interview in which the project was presented, Morley said that DeFi and blockchain are now part of the global financial system, and that P2P systems have been revolutionizing the world for decades.
A museum for NFTs in a blockchain tower
Morley went on to talk about a new “blockchain tower” to be physically erected in downtown Manhattan, which will also house a museum for NFTs.
The skyscraper will feature a wireless network that will improve “access to digital ledgers”, and a set of technologies behind digital currencies such as Bitcoin.
“This one building will be able to connect — sort of like a hand radio operator — connect everyone in New York City to a crypto trading wireless communication”.
In fact, Morley, in addition to being a co-founder of Guggenheim Partners, is also the president of Overline, a network that seeks to connect users to the blockchain by allowing them to trade digital currencies, including Emblems.
Overline is working on this initiative together with JDS Development Group, and plans to make the wireless network available in more skyscrapers, including some outside Manhattan. The goal is to allow anyone within a defined radius to have wireless access to the blockchain, regardless of cellular network or Internet connection.
There are not many other details about it, so it is actually not easy to understand what this project actually consists of, except for the construction of the building.
Also with regard to the NFT museum, there are no clear details on how it will be built and how it will work.
The skyscraper is already under construction, but we will probably have to wait a little longer before the details of its crypto-related features are revealed.