Doodles, a digital collectibles platform, has released The Stoodio experience, for users. The Stoodio gives Doodle holders a point of entry into the realm.
Details of the beta version
In an exclusive email sent to crypto.news, Doodles said the long-awaited Doodles 2 Character Builder, profiles, rewards programs, and marketplace access are now available to Doodle owners.
The Stoodio’s beta version has a Character Builder that lets players design their ideal Doodle using items from Doodles 2. Users have complete control over their digital identity across multiple accounts, including browsing Wearables they currently possess or exploring others in the marketplace, buying more packs, dressing up their avatars, and more. Users’ Doodles and any attached accessories are automatically updated whenever they modify.
Starting with Pharrell, Adidas, Humanrace, the BBC, and Ice Cream, Doodles is bringing the largest brands and personalities in its world into its universe leveraging the blockchain and Doodles 2 Collectibles. Exclusive brand and artist relationships could bring Doodles 2 to a new level of experiences, collectibles, and individuality.
Featuring Adidas, BBC, Ice Cream, and Humanrace, Pharrell has assembled a collection of wearables and redeemable called The Pharrell Pack. Three digital wearables, one redeemable, and one beta access code are included in each bundle.
One grail wearable and one grail redeemable will be included in 48 of the 300 packets. The colorful (non-green) sambas are unique-level wearables and may be redeemed in 252 packs.
To enter for a chance to win a Pharrell Pack, Doodle owners must sign up for Stoodio, copy their Doodle, launch a Genesis Box, design a character in Doodles 2, link at least one flow (FLOW) and ethereum (ETH) wallet, and input their location. There will be a one month window from when airdrop is made and when the physical goods’ redemption window closes.
Doodles plans to continue expanding The Stoodio’s artist and brand relationships in the future and looks forward to iterating with the community to find out what features they find most useful.