OnlyFans founder Tim Stokley is entering the Web3 by launching an NFT-focused startup, Zoop.
Zoop, which is set to be launched this summer, is a digital collectable trading platform powered by Polygon, a decentralized Ethereum scaling ecosystem with low transaction fees and long-term viability as compared to other chains.
On the platform, people will be able to buy, sell, and trade 3D NFT “playing cards” of their favorite influencers and celebrities.
Fans will also be able to earn points by participating in competitions and challenges, which will unlock unique prizes such as access to like-minded communities.
According to Zoop, the limited-edition digital cards will be officially licensed, however, it is unclear if the celebrities themselves would be actively engaged in their development.
NFT cardholders will get special perks, including exclusive airdrops and access to communities with similar interests.
Stokley will co-lead the firm as co-CEO with RJ Phillips, another former OnlyFans executive who will join Zoop this summer.
Zoop plans to release 500 cards per influencer for its initial drops and has long-term plans to launch its own token.
As a precursor to its original launch, Zoop is selling a limited number of pre-launch Priority Passes (PP), which reward early adopters with a variety of in-app and real-world rewards, as well as special airdrops available exclusively to PP holders. The first batch of Priority Passes is already on sale at mint.zoopcards.com.