Surat (Gujarat) [India], December 20: Three young entrepreneurs, Parth Kevadiya, Prem Bhoot, and Krish Desai, have realised their dream of launching Gujarat’s first non-fungible tokens (NFT) to capitalise on the frenzy surrounding such assets. Thanks to the Surat-based businessman and content creator, Kshitiz Adukia, who invested Rs 10 lakh in their startup company Bone Idle Ape Club (BIAC) to bring the NFT to Gujarat.
The trio founded BIAC with the goal of launching NFT in Gujarat. The concept was pitched to businessman Kshitiz Adukia, who readily agreed to invest Rs 10 lakh in the company in order to capitalise on the world’s ever-growing trend of NFTs.
Kshitiz Adukia, CEO of Tradizon, 29seconds with Kshitiz and EFC said, “NFTs have sparked a worldwide frenzy. Celebrities such as Elon Musk, Mark Zukerberg, and Amitabh Bachchan, as well as athletes, actors, and artists from around the world, are launching their own NFTs to capitalise on the frenzy. “I was ecstatic when three young entrepreneurs approached me and shared their startup idea, and I invested Rs 10 lakh.”Adukia added, “This will be the first NFT in Gujarat. I am pretty sure that these young entrepreneurs will perform exceedingly well and take the NFT to a different level in Gujarat.”
It is worth noting that Kshitiz Adukia, through his investment and consulting firm, is always willing to assist aspiring entrepreneurs with new ideas. Adukia, who has a master’s degree in management and digital marketing, has established his firm in over seven countries and has assisted over 150 budding entrepreneurs in realising their dreams with their new startup ideas.
Kshitiz Adukia’s Tradizon, a Startup consultancy, has become a leading company in western and northern India. He is also providing consultancy on export, branding, digital marketing, content creators, brand promotion, and delivering speeches. With Eight Figure Club (EFC), Adukia is assisting with portfolio management, stocks, and Forex trading.