More than 800 limited edition collectibles, some from filming, are being auctioned on the Starcoll NFT marketplace as a major collector uses blockchain technology for one of the most famous movie franchises in history.
Early registration planned for May 4th (Be With You)
In a growing sign of the times, non-fungible tokens (NFT) have become too attractive for even Star Wars collectors to ignore. As one of the most popular markets for memorabilia and toys even before the advent of blockchain, Starcoll’s move to harness the promise of blockchain technology to secure Star Wars collectibles, both digital and physical, is a natural fit.
Starcoll, an NFT marketplace and collection, builds on the QAN Blockchain to ensure the highest level of security. The introduction of this hybrid, quantum-resistant blockchain is intended to solve problematic problems that plagued NFTs, such as: B. Poor security and the ability of hackers to change source files into memes.
Starcoll’s first event was designed to appeal to collectors and collections alike. It comprises more than 800 objects from a single private collection, including limited pieces and even some objects from filming scenes. A physical item secures each Starcoll-minted NFT from the collection.
Owner information and NFT metadata are displayed in the collection’s traveling exhibition, unless the owner opts for anonymity.
Starcoll NFT buyers get free access to this global exhibition. Early registration for Starcoll begins May 4th as a tribute to Star Wars fans and collectors celebrating May The Fourth Be With You.
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