Jordan Castro, one of the founders of the popular NFT token project Doodles, has revealed that the brand is moving away from being an “NFT project” and focusing on its long-term vision of leading media.
In a statement posted to Discord on Thursday, Castro, known online under the pseudonym Poopie, outlined the brand’s plans to separate from speculation in the NFT market.
“We are trying to transform from startups to leading media franchises.” “The Most Loyal Collector” of Doodles
“We will not use any resources to please those financially motivated,” he added. “We never have and we will never.”
Castro has postedRespond to criticism on Twitter. by affirming his commitment to blockchain technology. and pledged to “Continue to use NFT technology in everything we do.”
He also said that Doodles aims to “break” the “vicious speculative cycle” that dominates the NFT space by creating market-appropriate, real-world solutions.
“Our vision at Doodles is to be one of the world’s leading producers of media and entertainment,” according to the brand.TweetAs of June 2022, “We are building an ecosystem rich in diversity and functionality.”
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