Nifter™ Sets $40 Million Funding Round Ahead of Its NFT Marketplace Launch at Art Basel

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Nifter™ Sets $40 Million Funding Round Ahead of Its NFT Marketplace Launch at Art Basel

BEVERLY HILLS, California–(BUSINESS THREAD)–ClickStream Corp. (OTC PINK: CLIS), a technology company focused on developing platforms that disrupt conventional industries, announced that its subsidiary, Nifter™ has raised a $40 million seed funding round to expand its global operations, an international team for hire, promote acquisition efforts, produce tours with A-list entertainers, and conduct large-scale marketing campaigns to brand Nifter™ as a household name.

With Nifter™’s recent BETA, the art market showcased its expansion beyond music and now supports art, video and memorabilia NFTs. Nifter™ also announced the launch of a production arm to work with artists to produce live events, distribute their music/video to iTunes, Spotify, Netflix and other DSPs while using NFTs as event tickets and documenting royalties. These strategic developments, along with the hiring of a powerhouse team of Michael J. Smith as CEO, Michael Handelman as CFO, and Raymond Brothers from RocNation Sports, and the proposed funding will help Nifter™ become one of the largest art marketplaces available. to be publicly traded.


ClickStream pioneers disruptive digital platforms that challenge conventional industries. The company incubates Nifter™, HeyPal, WinQuick, VegasWinners and The LongShot Report.


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