VRCosplayX is auctioning adult parody-themed NFT collectibles

VRCosplayX is auctioning adult parody-themed NFT collectibles

VRCosplayX has released a set of limited edition artworks based on its parody-themed porn scenes on the NFT marketplace Rarible.

While not the first VR porn company to take a running leap at the slow-moving NFT bandwagon, VRCosplayX is at least acknowledging that it’s a limited run series based on only the most popular of its cover art, including images of Jade Presley, Zoe Doll, Jasmine Webb, Susy Gala, Jessa Rhodes, Taylor Sands, Anna Bell Peaks, Victoria Summers, Alessa Savage and Kleio Valentien.

These 10 performers are the only ones currently scheduled to be given the NFT treatment, but another set might be released later in 2021, according to a statement given to SEXTECHGUIDE.

“By utilizing blockchain technology, the network is giving its members and cosplay enthusiasts alike the opportunity to own a piece of VR porn history,” VRCosplayX said in a statement. .

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“We are proud of our content, so we wanted to share it with the world. Blockchain technology is opening a lot of doors. So why not give our members the chance to own something that’s entirely unique?” VRCosplayX’s Head of Production, Xavi Clos, added.

To be fair, at least collectible NFT artworks based on movie parodies makes some sense in terms of being turned into NFTs, and will no doubt appeal to a whole bunch of people. If you think you’re one of those people, you can check them out on Rarible, or check out the scenes on VRCosplayX (very NSFW link).

Most of the performers are being sold in sets of 10 editions, though Jasmine Webb’s auction is a one-off single edition card.

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