The creator of OnlyFans introduced an NFT project on the Polygon blockchain
When R.J. Phillips came up with OnlyFans, it was the start of a completely new trend in the adult industry. Now he has new goals – to conquer Web3 in the new NFT service. It’s called Zoop and runs on the Polygon network.
Zoop is pleased to announce that #OnlyFans Founder @timstokely will be joining @rjphil1 as Co-CEO of #Zoop this summer in time for our launch
Platform for everyone
The Zoop website is designed for users of all ages. It will sell “digital cards from celebrities and influencers.” And various media brands will become partners of Zoop.
Zoop will also launch private fan groups, ranking systems, competitions and new ways to interact with your favorite stars.
Not only R.J. is working on a new project. Phillips, but also a development team with experience in Web3. They were recently joined by former OnlyFans director Tim Stockley.
Polygon representatives are pleased to partner with such a promising project:
1/ We are excited to announce our partnership with @zoopcards an NFT platform that is set to launch their digital collectable trading platform powered by @0xPolygon.
The specific release date of the project is not yet known, but the premiere will take place in the summer. Now everyone can participate in pilot tests. To do this, you need to register and apply for a priority ticket. For this, the team promises airdrops and other privileges.
🔥Bonus Round – For this #airdrop @zoopcards is also offering a 10x boost to your engagement score if you hold the Zoop Priority Pass
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