OnlyFans founder Tim Stokley is now part of the NFT market too as he launched his own startup called Zoop which allows users to buy, sell, and trade 3D NFT "playing cards" of their favorite celebrities.
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According to a press release, the limited digital cards will be "officially licensed" and users could trade them in a secondary market. It is unclear though if the digital cards were made by the celebrities themselves. RJ Phillips, Zoop co-CEO, says the platform provides access to communities "based on the cards users own, and rewards points to users for their interactions with each other and within these communities."
"We hold users' hands as they compete in acquiring digital collectibles in the auction process, show off their holdings to friends and 'collect-to-connect' with their favorite celebrities of today and tomorrow."
Zoop will work on the Polygon sidechain network as the team wants to keep low transaction costs and high-security standards for users. The platform added that it chose Polygon thanks to its sustainability commitment to make all of its NFTs "carbon-negative by the end of 2022."
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