- Doodles is moving to the Flow blockchain for its next major release.
- It is reported to cover millions of NFTs, rather than the 10,000 avatars as in first series.
Doodles stands out as one of the most well-known Ethereum NFT initiatives because to its vibrant profile photos (PFPs), over $550 million in trading volume, and the involvement of artist and chief brand officer Pharrell Williams.
Doodles, however, is moving to the Flow blockchain for its next major release. Doodles, the company behind the popular project, said today that its next, larger-scale Doodles 2 initiative would be released on Flow, the Web3 platform’s most well-known blockchain for sports NFT projects like NBA Top Shot and NFL All Day.
More Customization Options
The sequel to Doodles was unveiled during a New York City NFT event last June. It is reported to cover millions of NFTs, rather than the 10,000 avatars in the first Doodles series, while retaining the same pastel, cartoonish look of the previous series and artist Scott “Burnt Toast” Martin.
As an added bonus, this will provide NFT holders almost limitless options for personalizing virtual avatars for usage in gaming, social networking, and more.
In a press release, Doodles said that it will be releasing digital wearable goods for the NFT avatars “via limited-edition IRL drops tied to specific events and brand collaborations,” with the items later becoming tradable on the Gaia marketplace inside Flow.
The Doodles 2 team announced at NFT NYC that, owing to the customization component and the high network gas costs associated with transactions on Ethereum’s mainnet, the project will debut on a new blockchain platform. It has been theorized by several in the NFT community that it may be either Solana or Polygon.
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