Tim stokely, the originator and founder of the Only Fans social network, starts his next project. This time it will be a platform based on the Polygon network.
Tim Stokely starts a new project
Only Fans founder Tim Stokely recently announced the launch of a platform called Zoop, based on the Polygon network. It will be able to mint new celebrity trading cards on the secondary market.
Users of the new platform will be able to purchase a special, limited edition, as well as original digital 3D game cards of their favorite stars. Fans will also be able to trade and sell them on the secondary market. In addition, there are also competitions and various challenges waiting for them, thanks to which they will be able to earn points. These, in turn, can be used to unlock rewards. One of them will be access to the VIP community and exclusive airdrops.
The new project, Zoop, is based on the emission-free Polygon network, enabling the punching of digital, fully sustainable works of art. The partnership established with Polygon is largely due to the fact that the network provides a high level of security, low transaction fees and fast transfer times.
The representatives of Polygon Studion also do not hide their enthusiasm because of the partnership. As Michael Blank, the network's operational director, argues, its representatives are glad that it will contribute to the development of the Zoop platform. It is a project that goes hand in hand with Polygon's mission of making Web3 technology accessible to a wider audience and allowing fans to connect with their favorite celebrities via the web.
Support for projects that developed on the Terra blockchain
It is worth mentioning that Polygon belongs to a group of blockchain networks that provide support to projects that have been forced to migrate from the now-defunct Terra blockchain. The network has created a special fund dedicated to them. It will be available for those projects that choose the Polygon blockchain.