According to the announcement made by Flow Network, Doodles’ launch on Flow begins their “journey to expand everywhere.” According to flow, cross-chain interoperability and support are critical in creating a cohesive web3 world, and Doodles represents one of the biggest swings in making that a reality.
With the launch, The Flow network is set to bridge physical and digital touchpoints in new, fresh ways, as it states that at its Core, Doodles are designed to be digital identities– expressions of people, or rather, how people see themselves, and can travel with them everywhere they go.
What to Expect
Starting with current Doodles holders, they will be able to buy, sell and trade their wearables on the Gaia platform, allowing them to curate a unique collection that represents their individual identities.
Each edition of wearables unlocked during this time will include a Doodles 2 Beta Pass for future use.
At this stage, collectors will have everything they need for early access to the private beta – the first iteration of our create-your-own Doodle tool. Access to the private beta and this new tool will only be unlocked via the Beta Pass.
The Dooplicator will launch on January 31st for current Doodles holders. Each Dooplicator will mint first edition Doodles 2 wearables, creating your first Flow NFTs to customize your Doodles. Stay tuned for more information on that from the Doodles team!
Due to Flow’s powerful composability, holders can have Doodles that are portable and interoperable across social platforms, gaming worlds, live events, streaming content, retail activations, and other imaginative use cases. Flow also announced that they will offer easy onboarding for newcomers to NFTs and web3, including seamless checkout experiences and world-class security, safety, and recoverability of their Doodles.
Doodles is a collection of 10,000 NFTs (non-fungible tokens) that are made up of hundreds of exciting visual traits designed by Burnt Toast. Hand-drawn Doodles include skellys, cats, aliens, apes, and mascots. The Doodles collection also includes dozens of rare heads, costumes, and colorways from the artist’s palette.