Imagine being able to not just own a rare piece of art, an elusive pair of sneakers or the first edition of a comic book but to also own a share of it. A new investment app called Otis wants to make that happen for users.
Officially launched on July 9, Otis turns aficionados into shareholders. Starting as low as $10 per share, art enthusiasts will be able to invest in a specially curated selection of comics, sneakers, and other items.
As part of the apps inaugural launch, items such as artworks by Kehinde Wiley, KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Rolex Daytona watches, Supreme Skateboard decks and The Incredible Hulk comics and more help kick things off.
Per an email statement:
Before users can invest in the item, each potential investment will be available for preview. On the app, potential investors can see detailed information like the value of the particular product, the price per share, and its cultural importance.
New Investement App Otis Wants To Turn Aficionados Into Shareholders was originally published on hiphopwired.com
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