A new era for Star Wars memorabilia collecting begins when two forces like Star Wars collectibles and blockchain technology merge. For the first time, over 800+ limited edition Star Wars collectibles will be released as NFTs (Non-Fungible Token), including original items from the shooting scene.
The StarColl early registration launch is dated around May the 4th (Be With You), also known as the Star Wars Day, the biggest celebration of Star Wars fans and Star Wars collectors globally.
Every StarColl NFT is backed by a physical item from one of the largest private Star Wars collections. Future StarColl NFT owner’s name and NFT data will appear at the traveling exhibition of StarColl next to the item (unless the owner wants to stay anonymous) where NFT owners have free lifetime access to the global traveling exhibition.
“NFT security is a neglected topic today. Nobody speaks about cybersecurity issues and pain points behind the NFT ecosystem. Source files of NFTs sold for thousands of dollars can be easily changed to memes by hackers. StarColl NFTs will be secured by the Quantum-resistant QAN blockchain, where metadata and ownership information is stored.“ says Johann Polecsak, CTO of QANplatform
StarColl is an NFT Marketplace and Collection exclusively made for one of the largest private Star Wars collections. Over 800+ limited edition Star Wars collectibles will be released as NFTs (Non-Fungible Token), including original items from the shooting scene. The metadata and ownership information is secured by the Quantum-resistant QAN blockchain platform.
QANplatform is the Quantum-resistant hybrid blockchain platform. Developers and Enterprises can build software applications like DApps or DeFi and run business processes rapidly on blockchain. QANplatform is the fastest blockchain to deploy to cloud platforms like Amazon AWS or Linode. The utility token of the platform will be listed on Uniswap this May.
The post May The 4th: Star Wars Collectibles now as NFTs appeared first on BitcoinLinux.