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Playboy magazine’s Playmate launches an NFT collection

Playboy magazine’s Playmate launches an NFT collection

Victoria Fuller, Playboy Magazine’s Playmate of the Month for January 1996, revealed the launch of the NFT playboy’s Rogue Playmates series. The project aims to help female artists and traders in the field of male- dominated crypto world. In addition, Playmates gives control of their IP and offers special chances to connect with fans.
Mainly, the initial NFT drop will involve 9,600 NFT creative NFTs. Appealingly, Fuller, who works as project manager and multimedia artist Dutch Bihary, digitally hand-painted the NFTs.

Next, the NFT series will launch on March 30 with a whitelist pre-sale starting March 28. According to it, fans can get entry to the whitelists, contests, and Playmate hangouts by joining the Gatefold Discord. Basically, the primary sale will be on their official website and the secondary sales will be on OpenSea.
“The Rogue Playmates mission is to put aside the bunny character and strengthen these women. And take control of their destiny by creating something that controls them,” said Victoria Fuller.

In addition, any collector who purchases one of the productive NFTs will get an airdrop of a members- only golden key. This gives them access to the virtual Rogue Mansion. Therefore, players can cooperate with Rogue Playmates in the Metaverse in real time.

Upcoming Rogue Mansion will have interactive AR and VR options. Additionally, trading cards containing dozens of Playmates will be displayed in future NFT drops.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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