- The team designed the space to be a “cultural center” and “embassy” for Solana.
- Consumers may also take part in an interactive art piece and shop for Solana products.
There will soon be a Solana-themed shop in New York City. The Solana Foundation, the group behind the Solana blockchain network, has partnered with Hudson Yards to open a new shop called Solana Spaces. There has been a steady rise in the popularity of crypto and Web3 businesses in recent years.
Blockchain-based companies like Bored Ape Yacht Club have expanded into real-world goods and enterprises. A brick-and-mortar store is something that Solana, which recently revealed plans for its own Android smartphone, looks to cherish as well.
The Solana Spaces team tweeted:
“Inside [the store], you’ll learn how Solana works, what Web3 is. We’ll set you up with a wallet and your first NFTs, and guide you through your first on-chain transactions.”
Others Should Definitely Follow Suit
It added that it designed the space to be a “cultural center” and “embassy” for Solana. Consumers may also take part in an interactive art piece and shop for Solana-branded products like the limited edition Blanksoles footwear and NFT and Phantom wallet instructions. This past weekend, Solana Spaces allowed a small group of 30 people to have a sneak peek at the business before it officially opened to the public. The crypto community showed excitement about a Solana physical store and anticipated others to follow the steps for mass crypto adoption.
A popular alternative to Ethereum’s more expensive blockchain for trading NFTs and using decentralized applications is Solana, whose native cryptocurrency SOL is presently the ninth biggest cryptocurrency by market cap. According to CMC, the Solana price today is $39.50 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $2,086,986,966 USD. Solana is up 7.67% in the last 24 hours.
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