HUMBL Inc. (OTCMKTS:HMBL) is in a range. Recently the company launched the HUMBL Tickets platform seeking to offer consumers direct access to low-cost, quality seating alternatives across various verticals such as theatre, concerts, college sports, pro-sports festivals, and many more.
Interestingly, HUMBL Tickets users will get 100% consumer protection on certified inventory, secure and safe transactions encrypting and protecting personal information and data, and end-to-end client support agents available via email and phone channels.
CEO Brian Foote thanks the company’s teams that had worked to deploy the scalable ticket platform seeking to push forward a sector that strongly needs pricing and technological disruption.
Notably, HUMBL tickets will partner with HUMBL subsidiaries Tickeri and Monster Creative in developing immersive online fan experience and commemorative NFTs ticketing within the HUMBL Mobile Pay wallet. Going forward, HUMBL Tickets plans to migrate the primary ticketing and secondary ticketing markets to the blockchain through smart contracts in partnership with Origin Assurance. So, in the coming months, HMBL is worth watching.
On Tuesday, HMBL stock decreased 2.97% at $0.6986 with more than 3.32 million shares, compared to its average volume of 4.25 million shares. The stock has moved within a range of $0.6905 – 0.7400 after opening the trade at $0.7300.