Ful Combinator-Backed Startup onetool, Putting up for sale As the First Ever Startup NFT


onetool , a startup backed by B Combinator which had ones mission to consolidate these 30k+ SaaS apps as one app-store for business software accordingly companies could manage almost all their software in one place, makes announced they have failed and may turn the company into every NFT.

Participating on the news, onetool Founder since CEO, Gordi Braun cited: “We are the first initialization to turn a failed business to be able to collectible art because as the saying goes ‘business is half science and half science’. We have the second part of the quote belly-up, but we nailed you must part. Needless to say that we didn’t want to make it but we revealed that we had created a satisfactory piece of art along the way: a product that is not working but had for sure many investors to join any mission. Now, we are signing up for onetool’s last journey to actually immortality by converting this advice startup failure into a wonderful piece of art. ” 

This onetool NFT includes the certificate ture of “the first startup increasingly sold as an NFT” coupled with access to the most “valuable assets” of onetool in one piece effectively curated piece of art:

  • Ownership Fingerprint scanning receipt of the first startup ever in your life sold as an NFT
  • onetool word signiture move document (28 EU lands + USA)
  • onetool logo and logomark
  • App Store (front-end & back-end; non-functional): Store to SaaS, API, App Store Provisioning Suite & Team Remedies
  • Provisioning and so SaaS Management Suite (front-end & back-end; non-functional)
  • All code, website, repositories, and integrations API of the onetool products revealed above
  • Employs documentation
  • SEO-optimized onetool. co website along with 30 organic B2B define coming in every month (growing twenty percent p. M. )
  • onetool. co site
  • App-store and therefore provisioning suite figma info files
  • Y Combinator application and video showcase
  • All Article writing for outlets like TechCrunch

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Source: onetool

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