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Former OnlyFans executives have launched a digital collectible trading platform called Zoop.
The platform will be based on the Polygon blockchain network and will use the Ethereum scaling ecosystem.
Zoop is founded by Tim Stokely, co-CEO and founder of OnlyFans, and RJ Phillips.
The platform will allow users to buy, sell, collect, and trade 3D digital playing cards featuring their favorite celebrities and influencers. Fans will have an opportunity to purchase the limited-edition cards on Zoop and resell them on the secondary market.
The exclusiveness of tokens bought from Zoop will add value to fans’ collections. The NFTs will give holders access to competitions and challenges where they can gain points and get access to special rewards. How Zoop will be integrated into OnlyFans isn’t clear but there is definitely some synergy there.
Zoop is planning to launch only licensed authentic playing cards issued in partnerships with brands and celebrities.
“It’s a win for the celebrities, creates excitement for the fans, and a new way for brands to connect with their customers,” said Tim Stokely.
Zoop now offers a limited number of “Priority Passes.” Early adopters will get access to in-app and real-life perks and receive exclusive airdrops. Individuals can already mint the Priority Passes on the official website. One pre-launch pass goes up for 0.074 ETH (approximately $140).
Zoop is set to launch this summer.
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