Digital Collectibles Trading Platform Zoop Partners With Ready Player Me
Zoop, a digital celebrity collectibles trading platform, has collected $15 million in grants and investments and announced a partnership with cross-game avatar developer Ready Player Me.
The source of the $15 million in new grants and investments was not disclosed by the corporation. Stokely, a former CEO of OnlyFans, co-founded Zoop with fellow co-CEO RJ Phillips in May. The company promises to give celebrities 70% of the money earned by purchases on its site.
The platform has collaborated with Ready Player Me, a metaverse avatar platform, to allow interoperability between Zoop’s avatars and compatible games and apps.
Celebrity avatars, the foundation of Zoop’s platform, may now be utilized by fans in 4K+ compatible applications and games across numerous metaverses, thanks to the collaboration. As the collaboration develops, game producers will be compensated for the time customers spend playing their games.
Zoop announced in May that it would be powered by Polygon. However, to allow safe transactions and processing, the platform is now launched on the enterprise-grade public ledger Hedera. The network was chosen for its speed and performance, affordable prices, and environmentally friendly policies, including a zero-carbon strategy.
RJ Phillips, co-CEO of Zoop, stated:
“With over a decade of experience in community-building, it has always been clear to us that today’s most engaged, active communities are built online.”
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