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DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – February 11, 2022: Feeling Super About the BAYC w/ Steve Galanis of Cameo

As we say on DomainSherpa – all roads lead to domains. And in the reverse, domains lead us “down the rabbit hole” for different topics all the time. This show is where we discuss a wide variety of subjects – with plenty of talk about domains, crypto, NFTs, and digital assets – along with a bunch of other stuff as well.

In this “super” special episode, JT is joined by Drew, Andrew Miller, Hiren Patel, and Steve Galanis of Cameo as they dive down the rabbit hole of NFTs and discuss (i) the rumors of the Bored Ape Yacht Club Super Bowl involvement, (ii) rarity and aesthetics in valuing a Bored Ape, (iii) the value of Yuga Labs as a business, (iv) the upcoming Cameo Pass NFT project, and (v) a whole lot more!

So tune in and jump down the rabbit hole with the Rabbit Hole Gang!

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Steve Galanis
Steve Galanis
Steven Galanis is an American entrepreneur passionate about building strong lasting relationships predicated on integrity, respect, and mutual trust. His passion for connecting people led him to found Cameo, a marketplace where fans can book personalized video shoutouts from their favorite people, with Martin Blencowe & Devon Townsend. Recognized as one of “Hollywood’s Top Innovators” by THR (The Hollywood Reporter), Steven has been named “40 under 40” by Crain’s Chicago Business and “Innovator of the Year (B2C)” by Chicago Inno.

Cameo has forever altered the way fans can interact with their favorite celebrities. In 2020, Cameo topped Fast Company’s list of the “World’s Most Innovative Social Media Companies” and was named one of the “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies.” In 2019, Cameo took home the prestigious Momentum Award given annually by 1871 & the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center. Cameo was named one of the "50 Most Genius Companies" by Time Magazine in 2018.

Cameo’s corporate culture centers around four core values (Roll Out the Red Carpet, Run Through Walls, Fight for Simplicity, & Make it Memorable). Cameo has been named one of America’s Best Startup Employers by Forbes (#19) and LinkedIn (#32). Cameo functions as a fully distributed team with legacy hubs in Chicago and Los Angeles.

Cameo achieved unicorn status in 2021 and has raised over $165M in venture capital from some of the world’s top investors including Seed (Starting Line, Chicago Ventures, & Origin Ventures), Series A (Lightspeed Venture Partners, Bedrock, Pritzker Group), Series B (Kleiner Perkins, The Chernin Group, Bain Capital Ventures, & Spark Capital), & Series C (Headline, Softbank Vision Fund 2, Google Ventures, PayPal, Amazon Alexa Fund, UTA, Counterpoint Global, Valor Equity Partners).

Outside of Cameo Steven is an active member of the YPO Chicago Chapter and the Economic Club of Chicago. Steven also serves on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity Chicago and on Duke University's Young Alumni Development Committee.

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Jonathan Tenenbaum
Jonathan Tenenbaum
Jonathan Tenenbaum (JT) is an accomplished Internet industry veteran and digital asset expert. An attorney by trade, he spent over 14 years with Web.com in various legal and business roles, including nearly 5 years managing NameJet, the leading domain name aftermarket platform.

Now Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel of MediaOptions, the top domain brokerage agency, Jonathan is also the Host & Executive Producer of DomainSherpa - where they cover all types of digital assets, including crypto and NFTs, and where "all roads lead to domains"!

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Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener is the CEO of the industry-leading domain name broker Media Options.

Andrew is widely considered a thought leader and expert on domain name value & methodology as well as domain name sales & acquisitions. With 20 years experience with domain names, Andrew has leveraged his knowledge and expertise to make MediaOptions the go-to domain name firm for startup & company domain acquisitions as well as high value domain name sales.

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Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller has been a founder, investor, and advisor since the inception of domain names and the Internet. Andrew is the founder and prior CEO of CreditCards.com, sold to Austin Ventures, and InsuranceQuotes.com, sold to BankRate, and has been a principal in deals including Beer.com, Diamond.com, Shop.com, Timeshares.com, Luggage.com, Software.com, Computer.com, Chocolate.com, and Tours.com. Andrew was the keynote speaker at the 2nd annual TRAFFIC event and the inaugural Domainfest. His company, ATM Holdings, advises, invests in, and provides strategic, hands on M&A and business development guidance to Fortune 500 companies, private equity and venture capital firms, start ups, and sole proprietors that are leveraging strategic acquisitions or a desire to sell, with a focus on domain name assets/IP, and technology.

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DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – February 11, 2022: Feeling Super About the BAYC w/ Steve Galanis of Cameo

As we say on DomainSherpa – all roads lead to domains. And in the reverse, domains lead us “down the rabbit hole” for different topics all the time. This show is where we discuss a wide variety of subjects – with plenty of talk about domains, crypto, NFTs, and digital assets – along with a bunch of other stuff as well.

In this “super” special episode, JT is joined by Drew, Andrew Miller, Hiren Patel, and Steve Galanis of Cameo as they dive down the rabbit hole of NFTs and discuss (i) the rumors of the Bored Ape Yacht Club Super Bowl involvement, (ii) rarity and aesthetics in valuing a Bored Ape, (iii) the value of Yuga Labs as a business, (iv) the upcoming Cameo Pass NFT project, and (v) a whole lot more!

So tune in and jump down the rabbit hole with the Rabbit Hole Gang!

And be sure to check out https://pass.cameo.com for more info about the Cameo Pass NFT!

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One Response to “DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – February 11, 2022: Feeling Super About the BAYC w/ Steve Galanis of Cameo”

  1. Great show JT…5 fabulous Apes…I myself am looking into NFT’s….in particular old black n white Irish photos from the 1940s 50’s etc…as well as some family pics.

    Cheers JT.

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