General Seoul Stars has developed the metaverse’s first virtual K-pop artist, Yuna, and the first P2E rhythm

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by natepepitow, Jun 1, 2022.

  1. natepepitow

    natepepitow Visitor

    Joined:
    Jun 1, 2022
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    0
    Kpop has become a global phenomenon; from BTS to Black Pink, it has taken over western charts and appeared at mainstream music festivals such as Coachella.

    Seoul Stars, run by Catheon gaming in partnership with renowned kpop entertainment agency ‘Humap Contents’, aims to create a bridge between K-pop culture and blockchain by developing the metaverse’s first ever virtual influencer/K-pop artist Yuna. Yuna NFT has already shown massive hype within the NFT community, recording a successful sell out of their first and second generation Yuna NFT presales. Yuna has also recently had her first metaverse concert on Zepeto; the largest metaverse platform in Korea with 3 billion users globally.


    Seoul Stars has announced that they will give away whitelist presale passes for their upcoming IDO that will be held on the 17th of June, through various community events such as trivias and invite contests.


    $SSTAR token holders can utilise their token to acquire a new generation Yuna NFTs, combine/upgrade various item NFTs which will enhance the gameplay and increase earning rate in the P2E Seoul Stars games and trade various Seoul Stars related NFTs.


    Seoul Stars’ music has been produced by Tommy Lee, who has multiple number 1 Kpop songs and worked with globally famous artists such as Girls’ generation, Exo and IU. Seoul Stars has released 3 singles for Yuna ‘Kiss me Kiss me’, ‘Lonely’ and ‘Flower’ through their community and have released their playable P2E game demo. Their alpha P2E rhythm game with their scholarship feature is soon to come this July!
     
  2. Oh Snape

    Oh Snape House Bantsratheon
    Staff Member Moderator

    Joined:
    May 21, 2016
    Messages:
    2,679
    Likes Received:
    1,496
    Holy fucking shit gangum style came out in 2012! That's like....5 years ago.
     

Share This Page