Diddy has recently joined Proto Inc., formerly PORTL, and has become an advisor to the holoportation firm, which works with many different industries, including entertainment, education, retail, enterprise, business, marketing, fashion, and the arts. Interactive holoportation is practical thanks to Proto’s patented one-of-a-kind technology, which allows a person to radiate in real-time when they can’t be there physically. Proto was first brought up to Diddy when he used the new technology to “beam” from Miami to Los Angeles to sing Happy Birthday to his son King Combs.
“Sean Combs has always been an inspiring pioneer in music and business—constantly changing the game with whatever he does,” said David Nussbaum, CEO, and Founder of Proto Inc. “We were honored to bring his family together last Spring, and it became the perfect example of how Proto connects people for meaningful, emotional interactions unlike any other technology. We’re so excited to be working with him as we continue to make the future a reality now.”
Diddy was also a part of other big businesses such as TRUE Capital Management’s recent $12 million Series A financing (Coinbase, Palantir). The Legendary tech investor Tim Draper (Tesla, SpaceX, Twitch), early Uber investors Jillian Manus and Mike Walsh of Structure Management, Migos’ Quavo, and dozens of retired and active pro-athletes such as Marshawn Lynch, Albert Pujols, Robert Griffin III, Luke Walton, and Breanna Stewart were apart of the investors in the Series A round.