Kid-safe platform, TOEKENZ announces the first family-focused NFT marketplace

LOS ANGELES, May 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Content and tech startup Toekenz Collectibles announced on their website the forthcoming launch of TOEKENZ, the first family-focused and kid-safe NFTapplication.

Content and tech startup Toekenz announced the launch of the first family-focused and kid-safe NFT application.

Toekenz will be available by invitation-only beginning in July 2022. The platform and marketplace will include blockchainbased digital collectibles, games, and communities, all centered around popular kid and family brands, as revealed in a Toekenz promo video.

The Toekenz app, which will be available for iOS and Android, will feature intuitive kid-friendly design, a marketplace where  families can buy/sell NFTs, Play-to-Collect™ gaming, Learn-toEarn™ curricula, and a robust, unparalleled set of controls, which give parents complete visibility and peace-of-mind.

Toekenz was built from the ground up for the NFT and crypto-curious, especially the underserved family market

“Toekenz will change who has access to NFTs, lowering the barriers to entry for everyday families, making digital collectibles accessible, and equipping kids with new skills to navigate the metaverse as it evolves,” stated Co-Founder and CEO, Iris Ichishita. “I’m thrilled for my girls to build their first collections,” she said of her two children.

“This is revolutionary,” said Neale Godfrey, advisor to Toekenz Collectibles and Chairperson of the Children’s Financial Network. “In addition to creating the world’s first NFT marketplace for kids, we’re also creating the world’s first intergenerational DAO! A place for kids to get involved with finance and democracy through NFTs.”

The New York Times #1 best-selling author of books teaching kids about money, Godfrey, is talking about a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), an online community with real governance. “Toekenz is an unparalleled opportunity for families to learn about de-fi together,” Godfrey said. “There are lots of places where kids can play around with funny money, but the only way to truly learn is to use real money

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