BAXUS, the pioneer marketplace enabling wine and whiskey enthusiasts to buy, sell and trade rare, vintage wines and spirits, today announced the acquisition of BoozApp. The App has democratized the U.S. liquor industry with data on tens of thousands of unique bottles and already over 100,000 users on the platform.
Online alcohol marketplace Baxus has acquired BoozApp, a US-based mobile application that lets users track fair pricing for bottles of spirits. BoozApp already lists more than 100,000 users and has data on tens of thousands of unique spirits bottles. The platform calculates fair prices for spirits bottles, while also showing minimum suggested retail price (MSRP), and the average shelf price – which is what a bottle retails at.
BAXUS, the pioneer marketplace enabling wine and whiskey enthusiasts to buy, sell and trade rare, vintage wines and spirits, today announced the acquisition of BoozApp. The App has democratized the U.S. liquor industry with data on tens of thousands of unique bottles and already over 100,000 users on the platform, becoming the top destination for any consumer that wants to ensure they are paying fair prices for their bottles.
Baxus is a new wine and spirits marketplace that lets enthusiasts and collectors buy and trade rare bottles. And while the blockchain has rarely made anything less confusing, it might be the answer to this particular quandary. Because Baxus uses blockchain technology to give users proof of ownership and authentication.
BAXUS, the pioneer marketplace enabling wine and whiskey enthusiasts to curate a rare, luxury collection, today announced the launch of its whiskey and wines marketplace. Backed by whisky industry insiders, BAXUS is redefining how people engage with rare, vintage wine and spirits. BAXUS harnesses the power of blockchain technology to give users proof of ownership, authentication, and a safe storage solution, ensuring complete peace of mind for every transaction.
The last several years have seen an explosion of individuals and funds diving headlong into the world of spirits investing. Driven by the hyper explosion of the whisky market, where bottles of Scotch, Bourbon, and Japanese Whisky continually set new sales records, investors are actively searching out the next hot bottle. A newly launched online trading platform, BAXUS, seeks to bring order to a chaotic environment.
On Monday, BAXUS, a secure marketplace for buying, trading and preserving valuable wines and spirits, announced its official launch. BAXUS, which has already traded over $20 million in whiskey, was founded by whiskey investor and trader Todd Wiesel. BAXUS claims it holds some of the rarest bottles in the world, including a 55-year-old Yamazaki Japanese whisky, an incredibly rare and valuable bottle.
BAXUS is not just another marketplace; it's a game-changer. This platform redefines the way wine and spirits are traded, authenticated, and valued. With a mission to democratize access to rare, vintage liquids, BAXUS is making waves in the industry. The brainchild of Todd Wiesel, a seasoned whisky investor and trader, BAXUS was born out of a passion for both spirits and technology.
A newly launched online trading platform, BAXUS, attempts to bring order to a chaotic environment. If things go as they hope, they may turn to the digital global marketplace of enthusiasts when searching for rare spirits and wines. This would be a huge win for wine drinkers and investors, especially those looking to grow their collections.
In a world where the appreciation of fine spirits and vintage wines has reached new heights, BAXUS emerges as a pioneering platform, offering enthusiasts the opportunity to curate, trade, and safeguard their collections like never before. But what sets BAXUS apart from the traditional wine and spirits market? The answer lies in its innovative use of blockchain technology.
Imagine if your entire wine cellar could be delivered to you anywhere, whether you’re shuttling between homes or heading to an office overseas. Sign up for the new service from New York–based start-up Baxus, and your prized bottles are just a few clicks away. The company will store your favorite vintages in one of its temperature-controlled vaults—and create a metaverse-based counterpart for each.
The newly launched JHOB x BAXUS platform uses non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, and blockchain technology to allow owners to track, manage, sell and trade their spirits conveniently and securely. Bottles are authenticated through a machine-learning algorithm and by JHOB’s team of experts, and a high-resolution, 360-degree scan is created. The owner is assigned an NFT, the details of which are recorded and veriﬁed through blockchain, and the physical bottle is tagged with an RFID barcode and stored in a secure climate-controlled vault.
For those interested in the alcohol space, BAXUS, based in Woodland Hills, N.J., is one of the latest companies claiming that it is changing the way investors are trading NFTs. BAXUS provides a platform for trading and collecting items like whisky, 24/7/365, with instant payment. But the team also says that the service authenticates and insures assets, so owners can buy and trade without fretting.
Today BAXUS and O’Shaughnessy Distilling Co. announce their strategic partnership to bring the centuries old art of whiskey distilling into the modern technological age utilizing blockchain technology to track the unique progress of whisky casks throughout their entire maturation.