Arvin Khamseh has always been on the cutting edge of technology. Arvin knows where to put his time, whether it’s […]

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Arvin Khamseh has always been on the cutting edge of technology. Arvin knows where to put his time, whether it’s in biohacking or internet marketing. So when the NFT craze hit, it was only natural for him to go in headfirst. Arvin is one of the few established thought leaders in the NFT industry due to his early entry into the market. He’s worked with more than 200 NFT brands and collaborated with Reddit, Twitter, and Quora. He is a full-stack digital marketing professional who has advised and managed successful paid ad campaigns in a variety of industries, including SaaS, E-commerce, Cybersecurity, B2B, Construction, Hospitality, Healthcare, Financial, Education, Travel, and others.

Sands Vegas Casino Club and Meta Legends, his two largest NFT projects, both sold out. The Sands project made +$2.8 million in 20 hours, while the Meta project produced an incredible +$10 million in 20 hours, attracting celebrity attention. Arvin just assisted Women of Crypto in reaching #1 on Icy.tools and is currently trending at #1 on Opensea.

 

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How to Sellout NFTs In 4 Weeks or Less with Arvin Khamseh

 

Brett:

I’m excited about our next guest. He’s out of Vancouver, Canada. He’s always been at the forefront of new tech trends. From biohacking to internet marketing. He knows where to invest his time. So when the NFT wave came along, it was a natural fit for him to jump in and out earlier, jump in because it was the early interest in the market. He is one of the few established thought leaders within the NFT space. He has consulted with 200 Plus NFT brands and has partnered with Reddit, Twitter, and Quora, his two largest NFT projects Sands Vegas Casino Club and Meta Legends both sold out. The sands project made 2 million in 20 hours. The Meta project made an astounding 10 million in 20 hours, and even received celebrity attention and so much more. Please welcome to the show with me, Arvin Khamseh. Hey, Arvin, how are you doing today?

Arvin:

Good. Thank you so much for having me.

Brett:

Absolutely. For our listeners to get to know you for the first time, would you give us a little bit more about your story and your current focus?

Arvin:

So I started marketing back in 2012. I was helping a lot of small businesses back then, and just learning a lot about marketing myself, and then all the way into, like working with Fortune 500 companies, public companies doing their investor relationship marketing, managing 500k plus a month in media buying for them. Then in 2016, a good friend of mine, Nick, I would hang out a lot in the Santa Monica area, and all the time I would see him on his phone and just check out these weird graphics on his phone. So I asked him, what are you looking at? He was telling me about bitcoins back then. He ended up selling everything he had, like his car, literally everything this guy had, he sold it, and he put it into Bitcoins. At the time, I was just not really into it and just focus on what I was doing in marketing. So I didn’t get into it. But years later, I call them and I’m  Hey, Nick, how is work? He said, what work? What do you mean? He’s just like traveling around the world. He’s completely retired in his 20s, so, for me, that was my, I would say, intro into the world of crypto and NFT, this is a very serious thing. I need to take it to the next level as well. Years later, when I and my sister started investing in NFTs and just like flipping just like a lot of people do right now, my sister made more money in a day than she was making every month. Quite honestly, maybe she was making, maybe six, seven months,  So we took it very seriously. Then I worked with this artist of Italy. He just had a small collection of NFTs he wanted to sell it out. I helped him do that. Then I realized there’s a proof of concept. So I had this knowledge, I had the experience.so I started working with a lot of brands, all the way to, for example, a woman of crypto recently, they had number one trending on the open sea. They had number one on icy tools. We’ve had multiple people, multiple projects that hit the top 40 in the world for the open sea. I’m still going on like I was telling you earlier on people from Hollywood, I just want to help and if the projects do really well, innovate short amount of time as well. Typically they have like two to four weeks.

Brett:

This is amazing. I am so excited to have you on. I think you’re their first like true, like maybe specialists or expert or least on the forefront when it comes to NFTs like we have had crypto folks on. We’ve had of course real estate and business. We’re going to talk about how to sell out NFTs in four weeks or less. We’re also going to be touching on some capital gains tax challenges that people are facing, and maybe some solutions for that as well. So sticking tuned for that. But before we go there, Arvin, I want to take one other step back, I want you to go back to maybe the earlier days maybe the high school days,  I believe we’ve all been given certain gifts in this life and these gifts are given to us to be a blessing and help to others. So, I’m curious, what do you feel like there are one or two gifts that you’ve been given and how does it help how you help and bless people today?

Arvin:

So my high school days, I was taken into this organization, it is for people who have higher than average IQ. I was very smart so I always wanted to do something with advice, I wanted to just do something really cool with the knowledge was just like the ability to just absorb a lot of information. One of the coolest things I remember back then every time anyone would talk about artists, they would talk about how they were completely broke. So, there’s literally the stereotype of artists is that broke person that they go after their dreams, but too bad,  they’re not gonna make it. Like that’s literally like what people think about. I think is changing. I get to be someone who is helping these people actually create a new identity for themselves, which is really wealthy artists, they get to do what they want to do and charge as much as they want to charge. That’s super exciting. So I think that’s the coolest thing you could do for society.

Brett:

I think that’s amazing, I love the way that you say you’re sort of the high IQ and the ability to absorb the information today helping people taking that gift and you’re helping to apply to others who have had a maybe a challenge or taking the artistic side to the business side. Doing it through marketing NFTs like this is so exciting for me to learn about. Let’s dive right into it. What’s the number one secret then, Arvin, to selling out of NFTs in four weeks or less? What’s step one? What secret number one?

Arvin:

There are certain things not to do. So if people just do not do those things they’re going to be ahead of the game. But as far as what to do, what I found works best with almost all the brands that sold that in we’ve had a bunch of them, actually lately, they sold out in like seven minutes, is having a very strong presence on Discord and Twitter. Now how to build it is typically through paid ads and paid influencers. Now, of course, there are a lot of details about this. So  I mean, it makes sense for you to pay people to talk about your project. But it’s more than obviously more than that, but it’s otherwise everyone would do it and everyone would be successful. According to Gary Vee, 99% of the NFT projects are not successful.  So, and everyone knows that. But there’s obviously a lot of things that go into it. So what I like to do with brands, when they start is to actually have very specific goals. So for example, if they have a 10,000 collection, which is a very typical thing, just because the first person who did it needed 10,000. But most people shouldn’t do 10,000. But that’s another conversation. So for a 10,000 collection, you typically want to have three to five times the number of collections in your discord, meaning you want to have 30 to 50,000 people in your discord. As for your Twitter, you want to have somewhere around 10 to 15,000 people on your Twitter. So Twitter is essentially what you can think of it as your resume. So you don’t want to have maybe mistakes in it, the formatting should be good. So it’s just for presentation, versus your discord is where your community stands. So, Discord is everything about your community. Actually, if I were to say the number one thing that is the most important thing for any NFT project is the community. So people think about the artwork, the utility, the cultural reference, so those are all important, but if you don’t have a community behind, it is worth nothing. Absolutely nothing. So inherently not none of these NFT projects. I mean you can look at some of them you know why? But they have zero value until you build a community around them.

Brett:

So make sure I capsulate some of that. So, having a very strong presence on Twitter. Looking at Twitter’s like your resume and hopefully having community and connection and culture there within even the Twitter world but it’s also discord itself that’s kind of like your brand, and your people, your tribe, if you will and in setting specific goals. Depending on how much artwork you have or whatever it is that you’re selling, having a lot of those you want to have a certain amount in correlation, so if it’s like 10,000 pieces of artwork, you’re going to want to have three to five times that. Maybe I did that wrong.

Arvin:

No, that’s right. So that would be 30 to 50,000.

Brett:

Got it. So, it should be 1000s of followers who are people that are engaging with you. Define having followers and have engagement with those folks. So that’s kind of the difference there.

Arvin:

So on Twitter, you want to have a minimum of 0.5% engagement. Then on Discord, the number of people compared to the online people is very important. Meaning, you have to have 10% of all those people that you have in your discord be online members. So for those people who don’t know what Discord is, or they’ve never been on Discord if every time you join a discord, and honestly, I didn’t know, at some point either, like it’s not like something I’ve done from childhood. So when you join any discord, you see reads how many people they have, and how many online people they have, the online people should be 10% of the entire population, of the discord. Now, if it’s closer to 20%, obviously, it’s better but a minimum of 10%. If it’s below 10%, that means they probably bought a lot of followers, or like a lot of discord members. Then also and or maybe their community is not really engaged. So they either have to purge, or they need to just grow it to a larger number because it’s so small no one cares about it.

Brett:

Basically, this is like your credit score, the credit card would be right for your social media scores that you’re saying. Where do you find that?  Where do you even look that up?

Arvin:

So for any projects, if they have already had their public sale. Obviously, you can go on the open sea or the Solana Blockchain, you can go on like magic whatever platform they’re on. But if they haven’t mentioned it, you can just go on their Twitter, typically, they have a website and a website of NFT project. They have the discord link. They have the Twitter link. Then also information about the roadmaps and the team. People know what that means. If they’re basically showing themselves or they’re just hiding behind the project,

Brett:

So that’s kind of step one. It’s your brand. It’s social media. It’s getting an order. Setting the goals. What’s the next step to making this thing happen? 

Arvin:

So, the first thing I’d like to do, and this is how so a lot of people who are listening if they’ve been following certain brands, there’s been a lot of talk about specific brands. How does this brand have 10,000 followers with their first tweet? They just opened up this Twitter account? How do they have like 10,000 followers a first day, that makes no sense? They must have bought their followers. Sometimes they do, but most of the time, it’s actually not the case. The same thing with discord like how is it that like this brand, they just literally started their discord. They have like 100,000 people in the discord. How is that even possible? Where back in the day, I remember, like in marketing, where you would just I’ll just on Joe Cons podcast before this, like you would spend maybe three years, four years and then you would build your social media to 10,000, maybe 20,000. These are the people I learned from and then that’s back in the day, that was the thing you will learn from all these people in the social media. Then you would know, you have to post three times a day, maybe every day in the week, and then eventually, you would build your following to maybe 10,000. Then maybe if you’re really good, maybe you just grow it year after year.  Versus now in a day, you hit like 10,000 20,000 50,000, these are real people too. Now, how does this work? There are multiple ways to do this. But one way that I do it with clients, and I like to have them short with that, like the large following, like right off the bat, is to have paid influencers, possibly a bunch of them. At the same time. These guys are all going to talk about the project. Then what happens is, you set a standard for this community that hey, listen, like we’re gonna go really fast. This is a fast-paced thing, meaning just like most of the projects, we’re going to do the main thing, meaning the day where we sell the NFT to people in two to four weeks,  So when you start a project, and your discord has literally day two has like 10,000 people in it, everyone’s engaging. Everyone’s just freaking out there. This is so cool, I want to be part of this project. Then you have that vibe where people on when it gets to that point where you actually start the sale, as the public sale, people are not going to be thinking about buying it or not buying it. No, it will be  Let’s go like I don’t want to miss out, I don’t want to is the former right so I don’t want to miss now. So then the first thing I like to do to summarize it for your listeners is to have a bunch of influencers. There’s a distinction by way between an influencer and a promoter. So promoter, there are these channels out there where they just pumping giveaways or like shout outs, like on a daily basis for maybe even like multiple accounts, you just pay them on Twitter, like typically with crypto, and then they stay copy-paste everything you tell them to put it on their accounts, and sometimes even they have millions of followers, but you don’t get any value from them because you get maybe even real followers, but they’re not going to buy or meant your NFT. What I mean by a paid influencer is someone who actually has content just like yourself.  So you have real content. If you tell someone be  Hey, I think you guys got to do this thing or that thing people listen, because they’ve already consumed your content, and you have an influence over them. So, paid influencers you find on YouTube, for this specific case, on YouTube and Twitter. Then typically, you got to pay them. At this stage, really like your project, and then you want them to be maybe two, three of them at the same time. They talk about your project, and then the call to action of that. This is, by the way, this part alone, it takes maybe a week for you guys to like even like it pre-production, post-production, all this stuff, it actually takes time. But I’m just simplifying it just saying, hey, just do influencing, so yeah, they talk about the project call to action is going to the discord community, because on Discord, we’re doing a giveaway, where you’re going to be whitelisted for people who don’t know what whitelist means. Basically, if you have a crypto wallet, your wallet is going to be in the smart contract of the NFT project, which would mean for you, you can actually mint or buy the NFT at an earlier date, or earlier time, it could be the same day at an earlier time than the public could buy it. So sometimes people really want that. For some people, if you say, Hey, we’re gonna give away like a bunch of these whitelist spots. That’s like a really cool thing for people just hey, I want to be on there.  So they quickly like rushing to your discord, they start engaging to meet the requirements. Typically there are requirements for wireless as well, to meet the requirements to be wireless there, for example. Step one was obviously setting the goals like how many people would want to have this word Twitter, and what is actually whitelisted as well, typically, on wireless routers, you want to have about half of the collection size and your wireless spots. But let’s say so we have those goals. How do you get people to discord with influences that are fresh, then you start running ads? So you run ads on Quora, Twitter, Reddit, Instagram, and YouTube. Now, of course, depends on the budget. That’s important to know, like which platforms you want to be on, if the budget is in, and then you just want to be on YouTube and Instagram, the rest of them are going to be expensive. But typically, I haven’t measured all the platforms, just because sometimes people have a large budget, we’re not focused on like figuring out what the cost per acquisition is, we just want to like go and we only have like four weeks, we don’t have that much time to experiment things, we’re not going to just try this one platform and just do a complete experiment to figure out what the cost per acquisition makes sense. But what we do is we just either roll out to a lot of platforms or just like one or two. Then the cost per acquisition, meaning the cost per acquiring a new discord member is typically about $1. So with 0.5 to $1, you can get a new discord member, join your community, really engage with everyone. It’s like the coolest thing because you’ve especially for a lot of people who are doing NFT projects, they haven’t even made $1 online before, and these guys coming in and they’re just like build a community of 10,000 and everyone’s just like freaking out talking. It’s super exciting. So that’s the next steps, the paid ads, and the influencers.

Brett:

By the way, if you’re curious where you can find Arvin, just go to twitter.com/ArvinkNft. Because this is daunting to even think about doing this in four months. But the fact that you guys do it in four to five weeks is amazing. I love the mission behind it to help the struggling artist or help the person who wants to get their message out to the world. I have a book that’s coming out and I am talking to a guy right now about potentially making it an NFT. I’m wondering, are you doing it with books too? What would that look like?

Arvin:

It’s actually funny. I have a course and everyone’s telling me like you should create this pass, where like people buy this NFT and then that’s how they access like your book or your course or your consulting services. I mean, Gary Vee just recently did this thing where you have to buy his NFT to be able to go to his restaurant, you still have to pay at the restaurant, but just to actually go to the kids club. 

Brett:

Fall in line or you can just walk in.

Arvin:

I think for books you could create it now. Let’s say if they have to buy an NFT, and if they actually burn the NFT, they get to see the book.  So then what happens is,  if this is like they could either burn it, or they could just like to access it, maybe it’s just they don’t even have to burn the NFT. But if they don’t have to burn it, then they could sell it. o This means you don’t have to market that book ever again. Because that person is motivated to read that book, and then sell it to the next person. First of all, you get anywhere from an average of three to 6%. Commission on every time this has been traded, which is awesome. On the high side, you can get a 10% commission on that. But the coolest thing above all is to imagine if you have let’s say 100 people, each of them are selling it to me to let’s say another 100, you just doubled the number of people who actually bought your book, they’re doing the marketing for you like they actually motivated to sell it to other people. This message gets across, a lot faster than let’s say you alone going, and just like writing.

Brett:

It’s almost like you’re sharing it. We’re tracing a little commission, like affiliates, but it’s all sync. It’s all in the blockchain wherever it’s all key. You don’t have to keep track of all that because it’s trading is that the whole idea of the entity?

Arvin:

And also, I stand corrected? When I say commission, I really mean royalties. So maybe that gets confusing for some people, they’ll be, what’s the commission coming from? So you get three to 6% on average royalties, and then you can technically do up to 10%. But it will be like looked down upon if you get 10%. That’s a little bit too much. But typically, you do three to 6%. But yes, you can get this.

Brett:

Very fast. I mean, we’ll have a discussion afterward about that, because I’m really super fascinated about that. So let’s shift into capital gains tax. So when we talked before the episode I said, Hey, what’s yours like? What would your listeners want? What would you say the biggest frustration is when it comes to exiting highly appreciated NFT’s cryptocurrency because you could be in at like 100,000. I’m literally working with an NFT owner right now. His position went to the 10s and 10s and 10s of millions of dollars. He’s like,  Brett, I’m not exiting yet, one because he believes in the future ever. But two, he’s like,  I don’t pay the tax. So, is there a way to defer the tax? I’m like, yes, there is. But I’m curious. What’s your biggest frustration?

Arvin:

I also get the frustration of wanting to sometimes exit because this market is so volatile.  I give you an example. I’m not gonna say the name of the brand, but I bought this NFT for 500 bucks. Two weeks later, Gary Vee and Justin Bieber bought it. Then the price went to 10k. I sold it, my sister kept it. So I spent 500 bucks, and I sold it for 10k. My sister kept it, it went to, I believe,  somewhere around 15k But then now it’s back into 5k. So it’s that scary thing where you wait, what if it goes down? What if it doesn’t go up all the time. Of course, if it’s your own NFT that you’re investing in, you can always market and just like bring the full price hike out. But if it’s someone else’s, you never know. Like if they’re just gonna ask don’t want to just kind of be sick of their own brand. Then be well, we’ve done so many things for this community, we just want to take a break, the flow price just dips. That’s it. You can’t do anything about that. You wouldn’t know if they have these plans unless you just really like being close to the community and everything. So that’s one side of it, where it’s okay, so it is sometimes people want to exit.  But then if you do an exit, then obviously you have to pay the taxes. 

Brett:

This is where we come in. I’ll give you actual deal stories that have closed because that’s always the most practical way of doing it. So we had a client who worked for one of the big tech companies in Silicon Valley. She bought Bitcoin from 30 to 50,000. She’s probably like your roommate or the guy you stole in Santa Monica. But in this scenario, it went to $50 million. She calls and she’s never sold because she doesn’t wanna pay tax and believes in the long-term future. But see, I didn’t have like a thing I believed in to put the money in but now I want to invest alongside my college roommate to do a tech startup educational company, something they believed in and they’re really passionate about it he was but I don’t want to have to pay the tax. So how do I defer the tax and still do that? I’m into the Deferred Sales Trust. So she exited 5 million, and like one hour into a cracking account, she transferred the coin there. By doing it in the order that we tell her to do it and which means tax-deferred through something called a Deferred Sales Trust. This has been done 1000s of times billions under management prior to this cryptocurrency exit and been done with businesses real estate LPs, LLC s, Corps, you name it, car dealerships, dentists, orthodontists, all 50 states all of this, but had never been done with cryptocurrency. Now the one before hers was actually the first one was a gentleman. He lived in the East Bay Area, and he and his wife had Ethereum. They bought Ethereum for around 100,000, a little bit of Bitcoin too. When as high as 13 million, and their longest time, they’re riding the roller coaster of going to 6 million and then it crashes and it goes to 9 million, then it goes back to three and then this whole thing and should we sell it all they want to retire when we exit it when they’re at 13,000,005. Then it went up again, and the exit did another two and a half. So they think seven and a half million off the table. Then they feel fortunate they did because now they don’t have to work anymore. They can diversify the wealth can be put in other things. But here’s the other cool thing that I’m working on. We haven’t done this yet. But you can actually invest back into crypto low again. I went back with the trust all tax-deferred. I went back to my client who did the first 5 million out of the 50. I said look bitcoins like some of the all-time highs like we sold at 54,000 a coin and went to 68. I was just hey, what if you exit it right now is that a higher number this is like in the 60s. I’m like you can buy back in at a lower number. She’s like, I’ll think about it. I’m still getting to know you in the first 5 million I don’t know if I’m ready for the other 45 or 50. Anyways, you know what happened, Bitcoin drops to 35. We call it the Monday morning quarterback but I want to let people know like that idea of the fear of missing out on the upside, guess what you can exit into the trust kind of like put into an IRA kinda like put into a 401k defer the tax, but then you can partner with and go back, buy real estate, go back and buy NFT’s or crypto at a low and write it all back up all tax-deferred. That’s the cool thing because I call it the gas fees, it’s 30% to 50% every time you exit, it’s tax right? That’s the key, so I’m curious, what do you think about that? Have you heard anything like that before?

Arvin:

Love that. I mean, I just recently had about someone of my wallet’s worth of 100k got hacked. Just like the seconds, just went and I was just thinking about selling my buddy the other day. I want to like not to have like everything maybe in crypto. I want to have real estate like a bunch of real estate because that’s a lot easier to manage sometimes. I mean, I did something very stupid, like I didn’t have to like lose that 100k In that wallet but I think there’s definitely value in just like bringing it something like real estate or something else and then or like investing in a company or whatever, where it’s not as volatile sometimes. Then obviously gained the benefit of that. But also I love the idea like I got to actually come back and watch this in like slo-mo like to just understand this because that’s actually very cool. Like being able to because that’s one of the things I have is like okay, well I’ve got this like these wallets, but then how do we get it out? Do you know what I mean?

Brett:

That’s why we’re here  We have people who are listening to the capitalgainstaxsolutions.com and I also want to invite everybody. We have our Crypto Deferred Sales Trust Mastermind every Friday at 10 am Pacific Standard Time when pm Eastern, totally free for everybody. Bring your CPA, bring a crypto millionaire, bring somebody who’s looking for a way to exit, as well as if you’re selling real estate or a business. The whole idea is to bring the communities together because I can tell you, the traditional stock market people generally aren’t the crypto people,  I think crypto people are not the traditional stock market people, nor are they real estate. Although I’ve seen there’s more correlation between those who like crypto, and me, I love crypto. I love real estate. I also invest in the stock market. But the point I think what you’re saying is having diversification, having some liquidity, and the key is having what’s called optimal timing. If you can control when and if you invest in different things at different times all tax-deferred. That’s powerful, but because of what we see here, capital gains tax, which it’s no longer about cash flow, it’s about tax flow. So even though you might have bought it at 100,000, and it went up to a million bucks, guess what, that’s great. But if you can’t exit without getting hammered by tax, which takes a huge amount of your incentive to exit, and when it makes sense, then you’re at a competitive disadvantage. But if you can release that thought of I give up my citizenship, I have to move to Puerto Rico or whatever,  To put it all into this retirement account. Like all of these hoops, you have to help if you can make don’t just form this trust. Moving into the trust follow these steps, live off the cash flow that reinvests back into real estate all tax-deferred, it’s total freedom. So that’s capitalgainstaxsolutions.com. That being said, we’re running out of time. Are you ready for the lightning round?

Arvin:

Yes, let’s do it. 

Brett:

Knowing what you know now, if you go back to your 20-year-old self, what’s the one golden nugget make sure to tell yourself to do besides Buy Bitcoin when?

Arvin:

I would read more. I will read more books. That’s what I would tell myself. 

Brett:

That’s good. Question number two, what’s the number one book you’ve recommended or gifted the most in the past year?

Arvin:

Number one is actually Self-Reliance by Ralph Waldo Emerson. This small book, but it’s really cool.

Brett:

I like that. I’ll check that one out. Question number three. What are you most curious about right now?

Arvin:

I’m curious about what’s the next NFT I should buy? 

Brett:

Let me know what the one is. Maybe I’ll hop in with you. Next question. What’s your favorite leadership quote or theme that you strive to live by?

Arvin:

I like the leaders that they’re on the front of the war on the front of the fight, versus throwing people in the front and just having them do things. I like people who actually go there, and then show people have just done and then other people follow.

Brett:

That’s great. You can’t push a rope. You got to go to the front and you got to pull and you got to drag and you got to lead so that’s awesome. Last question. After all the people you’d help with NFT’s exiting entities building wealth, how do you stay centered, what are the habits that you practice to stay centered in your values, and stay encouraged to charge for to reach new heights?

Arvin:

I’ve got the coolest people in my life. Every morning at 6 am I work out with a buddy of mine. He’s a former Mr. Canada. I’ve got a very small community of just like really close friends, just hanging out with them, talking with them a lot. Don’t listen to anything on social media, not much on news. Don’t talk to a lot of people who have a lot of negative thoughts or like energy. We’re just focused on doing good things for people.

Brett:

I want to thank you for being on the show. I want to thank you for using your gifts of very high IQ absorbing a lot of information and being able to actually help us digest it today with NFTs. I would encourage you to keep using the gifts you’ve been given to bless others to help them get a ton of wealth as they’re exiting well. Creating wealth with artwork or whatever else they might be doing. For our listeners who want to get in touch with you. Could you remind them one last time what’s the best place for them to find you?

Arvin:

I’m very responsive on Twitter @ArvinkNft and also my website soldoutnfts.io. So if you want to sell out your NFTs, you go to soldoutnfts.io.

Brett:

Awesome. Thanks for being on the show.

 

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How to Sellout NFTs In 4 Weeks or Less with Arvin KhamsehArvin Khamseh has always been on the cutting edge of technology. Arvin knows where to put his time, whether it’s in biohacking or internet marketing. So when the NFT craze hit, it was only natural for him to go in headfirst. Arvin is one of the few established thought leaders in the NFT industry due to his early entry into the market. He’s worked with more than 200 NFT brands and collaborated with Reddit, Twitter, and Quora. Sands Vegas Casino Club and Meta Legends, his two largest NFT projects, both sold out. The Sands project made +$2.8 million in 20 hours, while the Meta project produced an incredible +$10 million in 20 hours, attracting celebrity attention. Arvin just assisted Women of Crypto in reaching #1 on Icy.tools and is currently trending at #1 on Opensea.

 

 

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