Flatbush Zombies Announce “The Zombieverse” in collaboration with Cool World

The renowned Brooklyn-based Hip-Hop group, Flatbush Zombies, and blockchain-based music and gaming platform, Cool World are excited to announce a new Web3 collaboration, The Zombieverse which has officially launched today. The Zombieverse is a communal and fan-oriented online platform created and owned by the Flatbush Zombies which offers exclusive access to never-before-heard music, games, and a private forum, The Graveyard where fans can interact directly with the Flatbush Zombies. Other platform features include an online store called the Zomb-E-Mart, one-of-a-kind collectible avatars called ZombieLords that unlock unique features and profile customizations, an Arcade, and much more. To keep fans engaged, The Zombieverse will also launch with weekly & seasonal content and collectibles, initially including two collectible editions of FBZ’s 2016 project, 3001: A Laced Odyssey playable via the COOL D.I.S.C. audio player which features unique 3D artwork and custom typography designed by Erick The Architect. Finally, for their most engaged fans, the Flatbush Zombies have included a collection of three never-before-heard demos, The DeadDemos, accessible as rewards to those who complete the community-driven season one Quests.

To access The Zombieverse, fans can log into the platform via traditional Web 2.0 logins such as email or social media accounts, or by using their Web 3.0 wallet. Unlike other Web 3.0 ventures, Flatbush Zombies and Cool World worked in tandem to ensure their new platform was just as accessible and easy to use for their long-standing fans as it is for those in the Web 3.0 space.

the Flatbush Zombies and Cool World invite fans to participate in their first-ever online interactive community — click here for more info and to sign up.

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