In this Telegram AMA recap, you’ll find insights about the Ojamu project. In an event hosted by Iris from MEXC, you will meet Hal Bame, CEO of Ojamu.
Let’s see…my background is mainly in video games, when I started with SONY PlayStation and was responsible for all countries between Germany and China – basically Central & Eastern Europe including Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, etc – I lived in that region for 15 yrs, worked for PlayStation for 5 yrs and then moved to Codemasters (bought by Electronic Arts some yrs ago), where I headed up International and worked on many of their racing franchises, especially focused on Formula 1 for another 5 yrs –
that moved me to Singapore where I lived for almost 8 years – after Codemasters, I worked in esports for 6 yrs or so and moved back to the US summer of 2017 here in Los Angeles, but kept going back and forth to Singapore, as we started brainstorming Ojamu in Singapore & LA in summer of 2019.
now that Covid travel restrictions are over, I’ve been able to start going back and forth to Singapore again since last Dec – about every 4-8 weeks.
Questions from the community:
Iris: What is Ojamu? Can you share with us more in detail?
Hal Bame: most are very public by now, but to summarize, Ojamu is a Web3 B2B platform providing Brands automated solutions for organic product marketing in the Web3 economy.
We utilize real-time Blockchain data from partners like UnMarshal and others to generate new revenue streams for Brands in the NFT, Blockchain Gaming & Metaverse ecosystems.
Web3 is VERY new to most Brands, so we help them navigate the space with deep data and AI solutions we are building, and ultimately, the Ojamu platform will give them the automated organic marketing solutions they can run actionable campaigns on – whether that’s an NFT collection, buying their own virtual land, putting a Brands clothes on a specific influencer’s avatar, etc – the AI will decide on the best approach, not humans – based on deep data dives and wallet analysis.
Iris: What triggers you to launch Ojamu? What are Ojamu’s unique selling points as compared to other similar projects in the industry?
Hal Bame: well, #1, there are not a lot of similar projects – true AI platform building takes time and the automated organic marketing solutions we are aiming for are an ambitious project to say the least –
our approach to the Ojamu platform and use of blockchain & AI tech both in the data collection and analysis is unique, as are the algorithms we are applying – especially in our approach to analyzing wallets and data/behavior related to them.
Iris: What is the role of the $OJA token in Ojamu? Would you tell us more about its tokenomics?
Hal Bame: our purpose with the token is to prove our early utility for the platform – to start, the token will give the ability to attain the NFT Access Pass which will provide access to the Ojamu platform – we will provide more utility cases for the token in the future of course – we are 100% focused on the utility of the token as we develop the Ojamu platform itself vs. commenting about any tokenomics.
Iris: Are there any exciting news or updates with regards to Ojamu that you would like to share with the users?
Hal Bame: we’ve recently announced a ‘first-look’ into our tech and other areas of the Ojamu platform – The linked Medium article shows multiple screens of the OIP UI along with some product details https://link.medium.com/kxxaDJTSQob
and we’ve got some more announcements coming up next week or so and in June
our tech and partnerships are progressing rapidly.
Iris: If you were to summarize your project in ONE word, what would it be? Why?
Hal Bame: Ambitious.
Mainly because there are far easier ways to do marketing in Web3 – but we want to do it right and with longevity – we KNOW Brands are diving into the space as we’ve seen in the last 18 months – from Addidas to Louis Vuitton to Burger King – and we know Web3 is here to stay – so, we’re in the right space at the right time, but we need to build a platform that can grow and adapt to Web3 as fast as Web3 itself grows.
Q1. What are your top 3 things for priorities in 2022? Could you share some plans for the upcoming year?
We try to list out key milestones in our roadmap, some of which is on our website – https://www.ojamu.com/ – but I would say our 3 key ones are continuing to integrate with various Blockchains such as Solana and Avalanche, bringing Brands onboard to our Beta phase and outpacing even our planned development process and partnership goals
Q2. Can you list 1-3 killer features of this project that makes it ahead of its competitors? What is the competitive advantage your project has that you feel most confident about?
I think the data partnerships (some announced such as UnMarshal and others forthcoming), and the way we utilize this Blockchain data and wallet analysis, combined with the usage of AI and the unique methodology and UI of the Ojamu Platform itself, really set us apart from anyone else out there
Q3. Are you a global project or a local project? At present, which market are you focused on, or is it focused on building and growing to gain customers, users, and partners?
we are 100% global – we have people in Los Angeles, Canada, Scandinavia, Singapore, Dubai, Vietnam, just to name a few countries! our goal is to have a presence where REGIONAL AND GLOBAL brand decisions are made – LA, Singapore, Dubai, Stockholm, for example, are perfect examples of this and we’ll continue to grow our global teams as we progress
Q4. Do you have a whitepaper? If yes, please share it with us. Secondly, Do you have plans for a pre-sale? Now, where can I join it?
Litepaper is on our website https://www.ojamu.com/
Q5. Currently, a lot of people are looking at NFTs, metaverse, and games. Can you tell me what advantages will you have in this field future?
yes, I don’t think anyone expected thousands of Brands to dive into the NFT space like they did in the last 18-24 months and at the pace they did – again, our unique approach in terms of Blockchain data, AI usage, partnerships and the Ojamu Intelligence Platform itself really gives us a competitive advantage – and our goal of the platform actually providing automated organic marketing solutions for Brands really makes us stand out as unique in the Web3 space.
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