THE infamous Playboy Mansion is set to enter the virtual world in a raunchy push to take on OnlyFans. It means naughty metaverse users could soon find themselves exploring the halls once graced by late founder Hugh Hefner. A load of tech experts have been hired by the entertainment brand as part of a big digital reinvention. The company has already jumped on the NFT bandwagon. Almost 12,000 cartoons of Playboy’s iconic bunny, known as Rabbitar, were put up for sale in October last year. A sleepy fairy rabbit has gone for the highest figure so far, at $47,000 / £37,400. Read more about the metaverse HEAD FIRST Mark Zuckerberg making FOUR metaverse headsets including ‘laptop for your face’ SIXTH SCENTS You’ll soon be able to SMELL in the metaverse – including virtual FARTS The NFTs are not only collectibles but also provide access to exclusive offers, giveaways and special metaverse experiences. But the saucy firm is looking to take its digital journey further, after closing down its print magazine for good during the pandemic. It’s created a platform called Centerfold to rival adult subscription site OnlyFans . Rapper Cardi B , drag queen Gigi Goode , model Amanda Cerny… Read full this story
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