Calaxy is a Blockchain-Based App For Influencers. The Creator's Galaxy. Built for Creators, by Creators.
Calaxy, short for “creator galaxy”, founded by Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie, launching a blockchain-backed digital token, use blockchain to launch a platform for community engagement around a new generation of influencers and creators.
On the app, creators and influencers will be able to sell digital blockchain-backed tokens integrated with digital contract company ChainLink that won’t just sell bonds.
Tokens will also be used to redeem interactions with Calaxy’s creator network (like a virtual basketball camp or an online chat with Dinwiddie), speculate on future value and some will be dividend producing.
Dinwiddie hopes Calaxy will be the future of community engagement for the creator economy similar to how Cameo helps celebrities monetize their fame and how OnlyFans helps its users monetize other assets. Several NBA players, two singers and WNBA player Imani McGee-Stafford are already on board.
Dinwiddie and his team are building Calaxy on Hedera Hashgraph’s platform network. Coinbase will provide the custody for the Calaxy project, which counts Dapper Labs CEO Roham Gharegozlou as a strategic advisor.
Dinwiddie is aiming for Calaxy to have the security of ChainLink as its oracle system paired with all the benefits of transparency and liquidity, but also with a user-friendly interface like Twitter has with LinkedIn’s element of connectivity.