Doodles 2 NFT Mint Opens, Dooplicators Price Soars on OpenSea

The Doodles 2 collection allows users to create custom wearables for their original Doodles avatars on the Flow blockchain.

AccessTimeIconFeb 1, 2023 at 4:05 p.m. UTC
Updated Feb 1, 2023 at 5:32 p.m. UTC

Whimsical non-fungible token (NFT) collection Doodles’ mint passes for its latest collection Doodles 2 are getting a pump following its release Tuesday night.

According to data from secondary marketplace OpenSea, the Dooplicator collection, which allows tokenholders to generate digital wearables in the new collection, has a 0.66 ether (ETH) floor price, which is roughly $1,000. The trading volume has risen quickly and has hit a total of 12,897 ETH or about $20,312,775 at the time of writing.

Last week, Doodles announced Doodles 2, the second iteration of the popular profile-picture (PFP) collection. Partnering with Flow Blockchain to execute the mint, Doodles token holders who purchase a Dooplicator can mint wearables for their Doodles avatars with different tiers of rarity traits.

As a part of the company’s partnership with Flow, Doodles 2 wearables are for sale on Gaia, Flow’s native NFT marketplace. The collection currently has a floor price of $19 with a trading volume of about $46,300.

In addition to its new collection, Doodles is putting efforts into becoming a global brand, expanding its reach beyond Web3. Last week, Doodles said it’s teaming up with animation studio Golden Wolf to help bring the Doodles brand into entertainment through new types of content.

According to data from OpenSea, the original Doodles collection, which launched in October 2021, currently has a 6.5 ETH floor price, or nearly $10,300, with a 156,220 ETH trading volume, about $246,785,000.


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Cam Thompson

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