Today, we’re going to talk about virtual worlds built from NFTs! These NFT virtual realities are powered by decentralized networks and Non-Fungible tokens, to offer a fascinating new type of experience – Blockchain Powered Virtual Worlds.
🚀 Stormgain has a $25 USDT cashback on your first cryptocurrency purchase! http://go.beincrypto.com/buy-cryptocurrency
We’ve mentioned here before that there are already some video games out there that utilize the blockchain to bring tangibility to their in-game assets, but today we’ll be focusing more specifically on platforms that seek to build a completely alternate world where players can explore, interact, create, trade and much more.
This is possible because all of these platforms use NFTs to make everything from the land itself to the clothes you customize your avatar with, and really the sky’s the limit. There are already several worlds either available to enter or being worked on right now.
Stay tuned to find out what is virtual real estate and how to buy virtual real estate. And in addition to that, we’ll give you examples of decentralized virtual worlds like Decentraland, OVR, Upland, and My Neighbour Alice among others.
Did you like our video about virtual worlds powered by NFTs? Then please hit the Like button, and don’t forget to share our list of top 7 hottest virtual reality worlds with your friends. And if you’re new to the BeInCrypto channel, subscribe so you don’t miss out on our upcoming reviews of other crypto mining applications!
00:44 General Overview
04:12 My Neighbor Alice
04:57 The Sandbox
06:05 Somnium Space
📊 Join our global trading community on Telegram. Get access to a free trading course, trading signals, and receive help from professional cryptocurrency traders.
✈️ JOIN NOW!: https://t.me/BeInCryptoCommunity
Although BeInCrypto aims to inform and educate readers from all over the world, it is important to remember that investing in cryptocurrency is risky. Neither this video nor its authors should be held responsible for any investment decisions, and nothing published here should be considered financial advice. We always urge our readers/viewers to do their own research and never invest more than they can afford to lose.