StarColl, an NFT marketplace and collection dedicated exclusively to one of the largest collections of Star Wars specials, is set to include digital twins in the catalog.
Early registration will begin on May 4, Star Wars Day, according to Tuesday’s announcement.
The Star Wars Collection will include over 800 limited edition collectibles from the popular sci-fi movie franchise released as non-redeemable tokens on the StarColl Market.
All StarColl NFT is a digital twin of a real physical object from the huge Star Wars collection. It is reported that all NFT owners will have the option to include their name in the NFT metadata that will be featured at all future StarColl travel fairs.
Owning an NFT roster will also provide free lifetime tickets to StarColl World Travel.
The announcement also revealed that all metadata and service information is locked onto the QAN blockchain platform, a decentralized network that is considered to be vectors of quantitative search algorithms for combat attacks.
Commenting on the high level of security at StarColl NFT Group, Johan Buliksak, CTO at QANplatform, said:
“NFT security is a topic that is overlooked today. Nobody talks about the cybersecurity issues and vulnerabilities of the NFT ecosystem. NFT source files, which sell for thousands of dollars, can be easily converted into memes by hackers. NFT StarColl will be protected by a quantum-resistant QAN blockchain where metadata and owner information are stored. ”
STPs based on pop culture references are very popular: artists and creators print digital twins based on films, popular songs and other works of art.
In March, decentralized financial platform Mogul Productions announced plans to release NFT in collaboration with cartoonist Rob Pryor.
Popular NFTs are also becoming commonplace at the intersection of blockchain art and pop culture. As Cointelegraph previously reported, skateboard legend Tony Hawk and rap icon Mike Shinoda have also released their NFTs.