The fan economy has integrated into everyday life, shaping the way people socialize, consume culture, and engage in economic activities. Looking ahead, fans will evolve from mere consumers to proactive contributors and collaborators. They will immerse themselves in creating content, initiating discussions, and sharing insights. Through d.id's innovative solutions, the dynamics between fans and their idols, and even amongst fans, will undergo a transformative shift.
The core of the DID-based Fan Economy is to define fan identities by assigning them a DID associated with the idol's brand. This is used to create an entirely new fan experience.
Each fan is granted a unique DID with a shared suffix to serve as their fan identity credential, such as tim.swiftie, amy.swiftie. Regardless of the occasion, displaying this DID signifies one's identity. This will make it easier for idols to recognize their fans and for fans to recognize each other.
Management companies can set annual fees for idols' DIDs, requiring fans to pay these fees each year to maintain their fan identity. DIDs consist of characters with endless combinations, and each DID can be individually priced based on its rarity, generating substantial and sustainable income for idols.
Management companies can categorize fans into different tiers based on their fan DID's star-chasing history and grant varying privileges to each tier, such as ticket discounts, limited access to events, and face-to-face encounters with idols. This incentivizes fans to actively pursue greater star-chasing achievements.
Fans naturally have the motivation to seek out like-minded individuals and engage in discussions. Once fans possess DIDs, it becomes easier for them to identify each other, facilitating a deeper understanding of each other's star-chasing achievements and leading to more shared topics of interest. Fans with DIDs are eligible to initiate votes on Voty and collaborate on activities aimed at enhancing the idol's influence, further strengthening the sense of community among fans.