Author : Kenno

Date : Dec 12,2022

The Bored Ape Yacht Club's founders spoke with CNET about their intentions to use the metaverse to attract the next 100 million users to Web3.

For the event, a Brooklyn warehouse was jammed with around 2,000 people. Partygoers drank in an open bar lighted up by red, green, and blue strobe lights pumping through the makeshift club, shielded from the chilly November night. The Strokes' performance was the evening's main attraction. When Wylie Aronow's girlfriend turned to him and said, "You did this," she was swaying with him as they were enjoying the live act.

He'd planned the show everyone was watching, which also featured Aziz Ansari, Chris Rock, and Beck, along with the other three founders Gargamel (Greg Solano), Emperor Tomato Ketchup (Kerem Atalay), and No Sass (Zeshan Ali). On November 4, 2021. The Bored Ape Yacht Club has only been around for about six months.

It was the last day of Ape Fest, a series of events held in New York specifically for owners of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs, crypto tokens that demonstrate possession of a digital good. A yacht party and an exhibition of NFTs from the collection were two earlier events. That week marked the transition of the Bored Ape Yacht Club from an internet curiosity to a real subculture for many people.