Dapper Taps Former Meta VP as Chief Business Officer

Dapper Taps Former Meta VP as Chief Business Officer

Dapper Labs is hiring former Meta executive as its chief business officer, the company announced on Twitter Wednesday.

Nick Grudin, the ex-vice president of content and community partnerships at the company formerly known as Facebook, was tapped to the CBO position, where he will manage marketing and partnerships among Dapper Labs' portfolio of projects. 

“It’s an honor to join the Dapper Labs team. As the industry-leader in mainstream adoption of decentralized technologies, I’m excited to be part of the company’s next chapter as we bring the benefits of blockchain to the first billion people,” said Grudin in a tweet. “I have great admiration for (CEO Roham Gharegozlou) and the work of the Dapper Labs team, making these technologies accessible to everyone plus safe and easy-to-use. I share a similar vision for blockchain & can’t wait to work with the team to put a crypto wallet in every pocket."

Co-founder and former CBO Mik Naayem will take the new role of president of Dapper Labs.

 

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More about NBA Top Shot

NBA Top Shot is the first officially-licensed sports collectible NFT project. Launched on Dapper Labs’ Flow blockchain, Top Shot allows for the collecting and trading of NBA highlights, packaged as “moments.” Similar to physical trading cards, these moments can be bought in packs and come in different sets with different rarity tiers. By collecting moments and completing sets, users help build their “collector score.” Achieving a certain collector score may make you eligible for special access pack drops and other utility not yet explored. 

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