- Doodles has unveiled Doodles 2, Dooplication.
- NFT buyers can create personalized Doodles with the help of Flow-minted features.
- Wearables can be sold, bought, and traded in the Gaia marketplace.
Doodles 2 is live now. Doodles NFT has officially launched DOOPLICATOR, Doodles 2, on February 1, 2023. Doodles 2 is full of utilities and advantages for NFT enthusiasts.
Doodles tweeted on February 1, 2023, that their Dooplication has gone live. Doodles 2 is a new NFT service that allows owners to create their own unique Doodle on-chain using Flow-minted features and accessories. The multi-chain extension allows for a broader range of creative and technological options, paving the way for the next generation of Doodles products.
Dooplication is now Live!— doodles (@doodles) February 1, 2023
Dooplicate your Doodles here: https://t.co/yXPZWOosWy pic.twitter.com/YrJzv6vsfb
Doodles also linked the self-custody Dooplication, advising people to use it at their own risk and not recommending it. They have mentioned Pros and Cons along with steps on self custody Dooplication.
The multi-chain extension opens up a greater variety of artistic and technological options, paving the way for the next phase of Doodles products. Wearable collections will be made available through limited-edition in-store drops. The Gaia marketplace allows you to sell, buy, and trade these wearables.
Evan Keast, Scott Martin, and Jordan Castro produced Doodles, a compilation of 10,000 generating NFTs. Doodles is a well-known brand in Web3, with a network as dynamic as the Doodles themselves. The introduction of Doodles 2 on the Flow blockchain also heralds the beginning of a future of significant cross-interoperability with Ethereum.
Since its October 2021 launch, Doodles has quickly emerged as one of the most promising projects to emerge from the Web’s growth due to its inviting avatars, immersive activations, and devoted community. With noteworthy collaborations and financiers, the brand has grown into a multi-faceted franchise spanning animation, gaming, merchandising, music, and live events.