Web3 technology & design studio

SPECIAL character

Showing the world how Web3 makes real life experiences better for all
Special Character is a unique studio built to simplify the NFT and Blockchain space in order to build world changing projects.
We only choose projects that enhance and disrupt the current models.



From DAOs to raising money with NFTs, we provide services every step of the way, from concept to final product and ongoing support.


Special Character builds NFT authentication software for use in real world events, clubs and membership zones.


Ensuring that the culture and ethos of the organization is felt in every aspect of the project.


We build custom tools that simplifies the payment process for tokens or NFT’S and accepts any desired payment including FIAT, Credit Card, Bank Transfers...


Building the next generation of frontend blockchain APIs for rapid prototyping and dApp development.


Building the infrastructure, smart contracts and community, needed for DAOs to succeed.
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Value-Based Web3

Transparency, authenticity and courage drive our agenda. Together we create open, trusting organizations. Our objective is to create new standards, changing the way business is conducted.


Honesty and transparency are built into the core of our studio. We are straight forward with our clients, and ensure that the projects we are involved in are open and transparent with theirs. 


We help our clients ask, ‘Why does this project enhance our space, our community and the world?’ We begin with the why, and build projects always connected to the real world (IRL). 


Our team is a mix of successful entrepreneurs - we are used to challenging what is ’normal’ and figuring out where our studio can cause the most impact - in strategy, design, technology or other domains.

Forgetting the Old Boundaries

We help real-world companies embrace and utilize blockchain and Web3 to enhance their current services and offerings.
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Our Cause & Outreach

All of our projects are involved in social change: Positively impacting our communities, whether through donations, partnerships, or directly supporting those in need. It is core to everything we do.
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Our vertical capabilities and experienced team allow us to handle any project from concept to launch and everything in between
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Master Distiller
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The Brain
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Master Blender
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Psychedelic Master
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The PsychoHistorian
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The Futurist
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The Fire
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The Worlds
First “NFT”

In 1958, Yves Klein burst onto the art scene with Le Vide, a work in which he simply emptied a gallery interior and painted it entirely white.
Following the show’s success, the French artist then took the idea one step further — by giving collectors the chance to purchase a series of non-existent and entirely conceptual spaces in exchange for a weight of pure gold.
A handful of buyers took him up on the offer. And now, almost 60 years after Klein’s death, one of the receipts he wrote to prove ownership of his invisible artworks is up for sale, with auction house Sotheby’s estimating that it could fetch up to 500,000 euros ($551,000).
Measuring less than 8 inches wide, the receipt grants ownership of one of Klein’s imaginary spaces, which he dubbed a “Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility.” Designed to resemble a banker’s check, it is signed by the artist and dated to December 7, 1959.
Full body portrait of Yves Klein wearing a grey suit, and a picture of the receipt he wrote to prove ownership of the worlds first "nft".


Special Character is a unique studio built to simplify the NFT and Blockchain space in order to build world changing projects.

Become part of SC

Learn more on how to become a partner of Special Character Studio.
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