We are the pool.
Your fingerprint is unique to you and logins to the system can only be made through fingerprints. You can log in with your fingerprint through the application you have installed on your phone and computer. If you have any problems in this regard, you can create your registration from our coding machines at certain points. So we will install it for you.
All circulation in the system is carried out through units. Real money is not used in the pool. You can buy and sell clothes through units. You can also put a product you don’t like or don’t want to wear anymore as second hand. You can also use your existing units by donating. In this way, you will also provide emotional satisfaction.
You can change your appearance with digital modeling on the system and adjust the body proportions you want. If you do not want to define yourself in the male or female body, you can create the look you want by clicking on the transgender, non-binary and disabled options. In addition to all these, you can join the system with your real body.
System interfaces are collected under 4 main headings as earth, water, fire and air. Your avatar can navigate within these interfaces. If you don’t like these interfaces, you can position yourself in any part of the world by using the surprise me option. If you don’t like these interfaces, you can contact us to create the interface you want: firstname.lastname@example.org
When the application is opened, you will see a box on your dashboard where you can change your universe, the clothes you like, the collections you have created, the products in your cart, your orders, sales, unit account, notifications, avatar icon.
If the color and size variations of an outfit you want to buy do not suit you, you can contact us and try this outfit we produced for you.
Pool is a free application and will always remain free.
If you have the slightest question mark in your mind, please do not hesitate to contact us!
This Exploration was contributed by Elif Eren (located in Türkiye), developed from a World contributed by Pavwan Ahmad, Tamara Naoura and Tania Dubayssi, using a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence which allows others to share and adapt the work in any medium and for any purpose, providing that they credit the authors and share their material using the same Creative Commons licence.
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