“You can officially say you belong to a Playboy Club!” Says Playboy in promoting their Rabbitars NFTs.
For fans of adult entertainment magazine Playboy there is some very good news: it launched a new collection of non-fungible tokens, NFT, of bunnies called Rabbitars. The NFTs are based on Ethereum as ERC-721 tokens and will be part of a game metaverse.
The project website describes Playboy Rabbitars like this:
“The Playboy Rabbitars are a lagomorphic-themed civilization of 11,953 unique, non-expendable rabbits inspired by Playboy iconography, heritage and lore. In the context of the metaverse, Rabbitars are NFTs that live on the Ethereum Blockchain as ERC-721 tokens. Each Rabbitar is generated from over 175 traits including fur, ears, facial expressions, clothing, accessories, occupation-related characteristics, and more. Some of Rabbitar’s rarer features are inspired by culturally significant aspects of Playboy’s art and publishing history. (And yes, you can tell your friends that you officially belong to a Playboy Club!) ”.
The sale will begin in two days at a price of 0.1953 ETH ($ 803 at current price). The website explains that in order to become an owner of an NFT, a user must set up a Metamask wallet. However, the NFTs will be available for sale in both fiat and cryptocurrencies.
Those who want to pay in ETH must load their wallet at least two days before the sale begins. ETH pre-sale will begin on October 24. Meanwhile, the public sale in US dollars will begin on October 26 and, the next day, users will be able to buy Rabbitars for ETH.
- 10/24 – 10/26: ETH whitelist
10/26: Public Fiat / USD
10/27: Public ETH
It is possible to order 1-2 NFT during the presale. Later, in the public sale, a user can buy up to ten Rabbitars.
These are just three of the more than 11 thousand NFT models:
More about the Rabbitars
On the website they also give an overview of what the metaverse will be Rabbitars and how it will interact in it:
“There are many worlds within the metaverse. In this, known by its inhabitants as Leveretia, a rare species of rabbit known as the Rabbitars predominates due to its extraordinary speed, cunning, cultural sophistication, sharp wit and, in some cases, sexual prowess. “
“Within the world of Leveretia is Rabbitar Warren, a series of interconnected underground tunnels built by the Rabbitars as a residential community and a central transportation network. Geographically speaking, Rabbitar Warren is bordered by Rabbit Hole, a 53-foot-high vertical tunnel bounded by a spiral staircase that ascends to a sealed exit. According to the fables that line the shelves of the Rabbitar Library, the world above Warren was an ancient paradise occupied by an ancient generation of rabbitars who spent their days exercising their right to free speech with lively debates, celebrating their sexuality. with raucous discotheques. dance parties and take advantage of their creative expression through painting and acting ”.
Add more about this fantastic virtual world to which these non-fungible tokens belong:
“One by one, the Rabbitars awaken, not knowing how long has passed, or why and how the bright light has transported them here. When their eyes open, they find themselves scattered on a crisp patch of grass several feet from the disk, which they now realize is a manhole. Their senses are overwhelmed with stimuli: bright objects, vivid colors, sounds they have never heard. The visual feast includes torn canvases, chipped sculptures, dusty books, broken oyster shells, broken cocktail glasses, broken cameras, deflated pool toys, exotic birds, and the tracks of what appears to belong to a gang of crazed little squirrel monkeys. ” .
Playboy and the NFTs
It is not the first time Playboy talks about NFTs. The adult entertainment company announced in July a partnership with SuperRare to launch its first collection of digital collectibles (NFTs) on the platform and the third of its kind launched by the company.
The difference, this time, is that they will be part of a virtual universe, a metaverse.
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