NetJets Meets Soho House – OneOf And Confirmed360 Launch Stadium Status Members Club

Non-fungible token (NFT) took the world by surprise in 2021 as the “word of the year” with use cases in art and music, but NFTs are fundamentally about authentication and ownership.

Non-fungible token (NFT) took the world by surprise in 2021 as the “word of the year” with use cases in art and music, but NFTs are fundamentally about authentication and ownership. In a pioneering move, OneOf – a premier NFT marketplace built on the Tezos and Polygon blockchain – recently announced a partnership with Confirmed360 – an elite entertainment agency – to launch Stadium Status Members Club with an initial set of 100 Founding members.

Each of the Founding members receives exclusive access to hyper-VIP suites and court-side seats at the Arena, SoFi Stadium, and Banc of California Stadium sports and other entertainment events. Moreover, each of the memberships include fractionalized access to the suites – an opportunity that is traditionally made to corporations, not individuals. Each membership costs $25,000 and can be paid via credit card, debit, or crypto on

The Stadium Status Members Club has a “NetJets meets the Soho House” flavor. “Many of these people know each other and want to hang out with each other, so we’re taking suites across the country and creating a flexible model where individuals can go where they want,” said Joshua James, chief operating officer & co-founder, OneOf. “OneOf is very excited to partner with Confirmed360 to bring this experience first to the Los Angeles market, and then to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami and New York in the next 2 years,” James continued.

Stadium Status Members Club reshapes access to stadium and arena VIP suites, which have previously been made available only to businesses on six-to-seven figure annual leases with multi-year commitments. By fractionalizing premium access to these unique spaces, Stadium Status is opening access to select individuals too, according to OneOf.

The traditional approach to ticketing forces people to buy tickets to events that may not end up attending or want to go to. The Stadium Status pass provides 6 years of access at a known rate with optionality to take advantage of events at any of the participating stadiums at any time all with just NFT membership.

The initial set of benefits for founding members includes:

  • Exclusive access to sports and entertainment events at Arena, SoFi Stadium, and Banc of California Stadium
  • $25,000 worth of access credit ($5k/year for up to 5 years) for each Founding Member
  • Access to courtside seats at arena for select events
  • Owner’s Suite at Arena for select events including the Grammy Awards and all events at fixed-tier pricing: complimentary food and open bar
  • Exclusive access to The Hideaway Stadium Status suite at arena
  • VIP experiences, including meet-and-greets, sound-checks, pregame field passes, and more
  • Stadium Status Concierge service for event booking outside the suites

One such space is the flagship Stadium Status suite, “The Hideaway” – a brand new, fully customized ‘super suite’ at Arena curated by entertainment and hospitality entrepreneur Matt Ampolsky, in partnership with award-winning designer Tony Williams. Decked in Nero Marquina marble, crown molding, and Gucci wallpaper, The Hideaway is exclusively available to Stadium Status members and features a DJ booth, Zoltar machine, and games, as well as a few surprises, according to OneOf.

“We are energized to partner with OneOf to create Stadium Status and are excited to bring this vision to life with new innovations and enhanced technology to meet the demands of the fans of the future,” said Matt Ampolsky, chief executive officer of Confirmed360.

Access to Arena, SoFi Stadium, and Banc of California Stadium is only Phase 1 of the Stadium Status roadmap. OneOf and Confirmed360 intend to expand the club across the U.S. in the coming years, reaching the Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium and San Francisco Chase Center in 2023, the New York Metlife Stadium and Los Angeles Intuit Dome in 2024, and eventually the Miami FTX Arena and Dallas AT&T Stadium, as well.