Top U.S. Sculptor to Accept Shiba Inu Payments as His Collections Come to Shibarium


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Jack Storms, a renewed U.S. glass sculptor to start accepting Shiba Inu payments at his store soon.

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Shiba Inu will soon be welcoming Jack Storms, a renewed glass sculptor, to its community, as an NFT collection featuring the works of the famous American sculptor is on track to launch on Shibarium, Shiba Inu’s L2 solution. This is the latest addition to the network, as it progressively expands its reach towards widespread adoption.

Pawzaar announced the exciting development in a recent tweet, disclosing that it would partner with Jack Storms, the Shiba Inu ecosystem, SHIB Metaverse advisor Marcie Jastrow, and Shiba Inu project lead Shytoshi Kusama – to make the integration a reality.

Jack Storms, an acclaimed American glass sculptor, is famous for his exceptional and creative approach to sculpting using a unique cold glassworking technique. His sculptures feature intricate patterns and vivid colors, attained through a precise layering process and shaping of various glass types. Storms’ artwork has earned numerous recognitions and a notable appearance in Marvel movies.

Storms showcases his artwork on his official store, which offers various payment methods such as Visa, Mastercard, Google Pay, and Apple Pay. However, according to Pawzaar, the celebrated glass sculptor intends to integrate Shiba Inu as a payment option for his glass sculptures, thereby increasing the asset’s real-world utility.

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Pawzaar is an NFT marketplace developed by the team responsible for PawZone, and designed for the Shibarium network. The collaboration with Jack Storms would see Storms’ NFT collections hosted on Pawzaar, introducing the sculptor’s works to the broader Shiba Inu community.

Storms’ partnership with Pawzaar would not be his initial venture into the NFT industry, as the 52-year-old sculptor has previously explored the field with an extensive range of NFTs, including his renowned wearable piece, “Eternium.” In 2021, Storms joined forces with Coinllectibles, an NFT art gallery, to launch a collection of digital collectibles. The collaboration with Pawzaar is expected to produce similar products.

ShibaZam, a pseudonymous Shiba Inu community member, also called attention to the partnership, touting it as another significant collaboration for the Shib ecosystem. He further emphasized that the Jack Storms brand will also accept SHIB payments, noting that he expects Storms’ upcoming NFT release on Pawzaar.

The Shibarium network also appeals to NFT fans, as it is expected to allow for the creation of chain-specific NFTs. Pawzaar highlighted this feature, noting that the L2 network will host countless NFT collections.

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