- NFT Inspect is a web-based app and browser extension for Web3 and NFT.
- JVH Technology Inc. has taken full ownership of a social intelligence application.
- Co-founders Stephen Mai and Evan King left the project to pursue other interests within the industry.
Blockchain technology company JVH Technology Inc. has acquired NFT Inspect, a web-based app and browser extension, and remains focused on driving NFT adoption despite the negative market environment.
The acquisition marks a new chapter for NFT Inspect, with a new team taking over just over three months after the platform put the brakes on plans to shut down in the crypto winter. NFT Inspect hinted at the acquisition Tweet on monday.
We are pleased to announce that NFTInspect has been acquired by a new owning team. The new leader is deeply rooted in the NFT and Web3 space, and this pivotal moment marks a promising comeback for NFTInspect. pic.twitter.com/fZR4qOF7TT
— Inspect (@nftinspect) March 27, 2023
JVH Drives Adoption of Web3 and NFTs
NFT Inspect is the top Web3 social intelligence application and NFT hub with over 100,000 users, attracting a growing community as more people seek to utilize the revenue-generating protocol.
“We are thrilled to have won such a notable and popular Web3 project.Alan Satim, Head of Business at JVH said:
“Inspect has already established an excellent community, and we look forward to integrating additional resources into the Inspect ecosystem, with a strong focus on community engagement and Web3 fundamentals.‘ he added in a press release.
Satim said Inspect is a major player within the NFT and SocialFi ecosystem and the acquisition is an opportunity to expand its growth. JVH plans to integrate other crypto, SocialFi, and Web3 projects to bring new revenue-generating opportunities and give more value to the community.
According to JVH, NFT Inspect founders Evan King and Stefan Mai will move on to new projects.