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Arizona’s first NFT art gallery, private club & event space emerges in Phoenix

Attending the Club FOMO in downtown Phoenix were, from left to right, Shive Jain, a prominent crypto expert; Robbi Firestone, NFT artist and Club FOMO creative director; Cordell Broadus, son of hip-hop icon Snoop Dog and NFT investor; Crypto WendyO, renowned digital content influencer; George Gebran, Club FOMO founder; Clarence Billingslea; Bing Worthington, NFT investor and Mr. Broadus’ uncle; Jamal Carter, NFT investor; and Ace Gebran. (File Photos/

Club FOMO: Private crypto club funded by original digital art

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Club FOMO, Arizona’s first NFT art gallery, private club and event space is launching in downtown Phoenix at 2145 E. Van Buren Street.

A private grand opening event was May 18 welcoming community members, artists, and friends for a first-look experience at the non-fungible token enterprise, according to a press release.

A common definition, the result of a cursory Google search, reveals the digital technology known as an “NFT” are cryptographic assets using unique blockchain and meta data codes that distinguishes each piece of digital property each other.

Cordell Broadus, Shiv Jain, and Cryptand, who have already taken an early interest in Club FOMO and its future in the Web3 digital environment, were in attendance earlier this month.

The 2,300 square-foot space revitalizes a historic Phoenix building into a new next-generation concept, representatives of Club FOMO contend. Club FOMO offers:

  • An art gallery
  • Auction house
  • Event space
  • Meeting space
  • Coffee shop
  • NFT development center

To gain access to the private club, those interested can purchase the Street of Dreams NFT a 45-second animated adventure featuring the Club FOMO building with the downtown Phoenix skyline, the release states.

Priced at $250, the NFTs will provide access to the global crypto art community, promoters say. Of the 3,000, 30 will be rare VIP NFTs priced at $10,000, and a “1” of “1” of the NFT will be “Super Bowl Legendary” priced at $25,000, which have already sold, the release states.

The sale of Street of Dreams will drop on June 10.

“I see Club FOMO as a meeting space for crypto native and curious, VIPs, digital artists, viewers, and collectors to connect, network, and party with one another from around the world,” said George Gebran, owner of Club FOMO, in a prepared statement.

“Reminiscent of the dot com boom, NFTs and the crypto world is the next frontier for exploration for intellects, artists, entrepreneurs, and creators. The club will not only be a place to highlight and auction NFT artwork in the real world, but there will also be a location in the metaverse hosting parties with DJs, happy hours, and dancing.”

Amenities in Club FOMO include a full catering facility, bar, cocktail lounge, dining area, dance floor, projector and screen for presentations and monitors displaying NFT art.

“The purpose is to create a community of people in the metaverse and in the real world who share the same artistic passions of NFT crypto art, progressive parties and entertainment while also educating others that are interested in learning more about NFTs and the crypto world,” Mr. Gebran said.

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