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Don’t miss the interview with the Founder of The Sandbox November 24th on LUXONOMY’s MetFashion

Don’t miss the interview with the Founder of The Sandbox November 24th on LUXONOMY’s MetFashion

Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg, The Walking Dead, Adidas, Gucci... Metaverse is one of the most talked about concepts in the blockchain industry. And when it comes to the Metaverse, one company stands out from the crowd - The Sandbox Metaverse. It's a leading decentralized Metaverse gaming platform that has a lot of promise. The platform has partnered with over 165 brands and celebrities to make its Metaverse more attractive to users.

The Sandbox offers many opportunities for fashion, don't miss the interview with the Founder of this Metaverse on November 24th on LUXONOMY's MetFashion. Free registration from

Sébastien Borget is the Co-founder and COO of The Sandbox decentralized Metaverse, a virtual world where players can create, play, own, govern and monetize their experiences using NFTs & SAND, the main utility token of the platform. Sébastien also became the President of the Blockchain Game Alliance in 2020, a non-profit organization of 300 key members of the industry. He was recently named #4 in the Top #100 2022 most influential people in crypto by CoinTelegraph. The Sandbox has been featured in TIME100 Top 100 most influential companies of 2022 by Time magazine.

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The interviewer, Elena Gvozdeva, is a LUXONOMY™ Alumni from the 1 promotion of "Luxury Metaverse" Advanced Course. She is a Founder and Chief Metaverse Officer of Gem Metaverse Consulting Agency. Elena is a specialist with the extensive experience in developing and nurturing luxury brands in international markets, and now she helps them to enter Web 3, Metaverse and NFT space.

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