Zoop partners with Ready Player Me with a $15M grant
On its own accord, Zoop has successfully bagged a $15 million deal in the form of grants and profitable and extremely lucrative investments. However, this was also duly backed by a funded seed round, which became oversubscribed. This activity took place on the threshold of its much-touted launch, which is to take place globally, and on a massive scale.
Zoop, which is built on Hedera, is a platform meticulously created to be the base for digital celebrities’ paraphernalia, collected and brought together from various sources. This very platform was created by the likes of Tim Stokely and R J Phillips. However, along with the two stalwarts and the rest of the prime team members, Onlyfans was taken and turned around to become the billion-dollar unicorn today. However, this was an incredible feat indeed by itself.
However, looking at the present context, after obtaining these feathers of pride in its cap, the expert team at Zoop makes their grand announcement of having a mutually beneficial tie-up in the form of a tactically placed partnership with Ready Player Me. However, this is a platform provided for the benefit of cross-game avatars.
The present plan of the entities is in the offering of interoperability amongst the multiple avatars available with Zoop and, correspondingly, the numerous connected games and apps.
However, collaboratively, they are further responsible for ensuring all safety protocols that are active and in place regarding issues of all sorts of transactions and processing-related matters. However, it is anticipated that the launch will turn out to be the most interesting event for all concerned.