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RTFKT Studios just announced the release of new utilities for Clone X NFT owners.
Clone X is an NFT collection of 20,000 unique avatars with randomly combined traits. They can be used for Metaverse platforms, NFT-based games, AR filters, and even Zoom meetings.
As of July 5th, Clone X holders have full commercial rights for their avatars. Owners can unlock their 3D files in a dedicated section of the website. Individuals can also use their avatars to issue merchandise, mint fan art NFTs, model, make music and videos, create brands and businesses, and much more.
The 3D artwork is available in the following file formats: as .max .blend .c4d .gltf .fbx. and can be opened using Unity and Unreal Engine.
“We believe this will be the start of a new wave in the creator economy, connecting collectors and creators worldwide, spawning and uncovering new talents, content, value, IPs, and brands, powered by Clones and RTFKT. The start of an Avatar Economy,” says the RTFKT team.
RTFKT is a virtual fashion start-up that works with blockchain, NFTs, game engines, and Augmented Reality. The company focuses on the creation of digital artifacts and sneakers. So — no surprise — it was acquired by Nike in December 2021. In April 2022, the two released virtual sneakers that can be used as AR filters.
During the same period, RTFKT partnered with well-known artist Takashi Murakami to release physical custom chains and commemorate their partnership in November 2021.
It’s worth noting that Murakami Drip Clones do not have full commercial rights, as these are considered fine art.
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