The leading surfing brand has announced the release of its new collectible NFTs, granting enthusiasts access to the Super Surfer™ game and the exclusive Hurleyverse™. To be minted on the SKALE blockchain, these NFTs will be launched on the Jump.trade marketplace.
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According to the press release, the NFTs feature two cool-looking surfing sloths with different accessories and powers. They are a perfect representation of the beach lifestyle embodied by Hurley since 1999.
The collectibles will also give access and in-game utility to Super Surfer, the upcoming Web3 game created by the surfing brand and scheduled for release this fall. Beyond the virtual world, purchasers of the NFTs will also receive exclusive physical merchandise, which includes themed hoodies.
Hurley partners with SKALE blockchain and Jump.trade
The decision to use the SKALE blockchain stems from its promise of scalability, optimal performance, and enticing zero gas fees. The inclusion of Hurleyverse™ further enriches SKALE’s impressive portfolio of high-profile NFT games.
Jack O’Holleran, CEO and co-founder of SKALE, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration:
“We have believed that games were one of the best candidates to utilize the advantages of SKALE. We are excited to have Hurley mint their NFTs on our blockchain.”
Jump.trade, already boasting the launch of two games on its platform, is one of the leading NFT marketplaces in Asia. The introduction of the new assets is anticipated to fortify Jump.trade’s global prominence.
Echoing O’Holleran’s sentiments, Ramkumar Subramaniam, CEO of Jump.trade, stated:
“Minting the Hurley NFTs on the SKALE blockchain is exciting news. It delights me that they’re dropping it on Jump.trade. The strategic collaboration between Jump.trade and SKALE will be the harbinger for a fruitful future!”
The upcoming Super Surfer™ game promises fun gameplay and involves avoiding menacing sea monsters and coin collection quests. Available on both the Play Store and App Store, the NFT-integrated game version is set to be updated by month’s end.