Is Metaverse and NFT really the future? TBH, I am skeptical but hey, if those things can lead to excellent development like the H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Centre Seconds Genesis Watch, I guess it is cool too.
Luxury watchmaker H. Moser has revealed that it has entered a partnership with Aura Consortium and Deloitte for a new Metaverse and NFT ecosystem that aims to create an immersive luxury experience for its customers.
This partnership includes a dedicated app that allows authentication of H. Moser’s timepiece through blockchain technology, access to an exclusive Swiss chalet in the metaverse space, and NFT digital artworks centered around their watches and their craftspeople.
Now, for the exciting part of the news that those who still believe in the real world that has tangible objects that we can touch and feel, this foray into the digital world also highlights a 50-piece physical limited-edition Endeavour Centre Seconds Genesis timepiece.
This is definitely an attention-grabbing watch – thanks to the unique QR code engraved on the sapphire crystal to authenticate ownership, as well as for access to the Metaverse, purchase priority for future editions, and invitations to exclusive events.
So, yeah, the Endeavour Centre Seconds Genesis isn’t just a timepiece. It is also a key to H. Moser’s metaverse.
As far as the watch goes, it features a 40mm microblasted steel case with a 3D-printed titanium crown and bezel with a pixelated look, HMC 200 automatic caliber movement, a Vantablack dial, a black leaf-shaped hour and minute hands, a QR code engraved on the sapphire crystal, a see-through case back, and a hand-stitched grey kudu leather strap with microblasted steel pin buckle.
The H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Centre Seconds Genesis Watch has a limited run of just 50 pieces, each going for 27,000 CHF, or about 29,166 American dollars today. Hit up the H. Moser website to learn more.
All images courtesy of H. Moser & Cie.