- Doodles 2 is a collection accessible across multiple ecosystems, including computer, phone and social media.
- The Doodles team chose Flow for its scalability, configurability, security, and no gas fees.
- Beginning January 31st, users can create their first wearable and create Doodles 2 NFTs in Flow.
Doodles, a non-fungible token (NFT) platform, one of the hit products of the NFT ecosystem, announced The long-awaited launch of the drop called Doodles 2.
Doodles 2 is a series of collections that allow owners to customize their doodles with wearables such as apparel, accessories and gadgets. This is his one of last year’s top NFT collections, an offshoot of the core Doodles collection featuring 10,000 unique NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain.
Doodles 2 comes to Flow
According to the project’s team, the new collection will launch on Flow, a green Web3 blockchain.
Doodles CEO Julian Holguin said he chose Flow because of its strong configurability, security, no gas fees, and on-chain scalability (a key feature of the new series of collections). increase. So, the goal is to make his NFT portable and interoperable, with features that make it accessible across social platforms, live events, and the gaming world.
“As we rolled out Doodle to the world, we found we could rely on an architecture that was built to scale from the ground up. From a seamless checkout experience to world-class security, safety, and restoreability of Doodle, Flow offers NFT and web3 newbies easy onboarding to Doodle.‘ added Holguin.
The Flow team tweeted:
Flow was built from the ground up to deliver user experiences at scale that: @graffiti
😃 Smooth onboarding
📈 Proven scalability
💸 Seamless checkout flow
🔐 World class security
Doodles 2 collection possibilities are limitless
— Flow (@flow_blockchain) January 25, 2023
Doodles core holders can build their first Doodles 2 wearables and Flow NFTs starting January 31st. Fans can buy, sell, and trade Doodle wearables on the Gaia Marketplace.
Users new to the Doodles ecosystem can easily create a wallet through Gmail and use a credit card to purchase wearables. All this happens ”in just a few clicks‘, the team tweeted, adding that this was ‘How Top Shot got 400,000 people to buy its first NFT”