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Some news from the fascinating and never-ceasing to amaze world of NFT
Open Metavers for nothing?
Renowned collector @punk6529 lifts the curtain on the Metaverse Museum District and hopes to reach 100 million users.
Punk6529 told his 323K followers on Twitter that he could create a self-regulated ultra-premium exhibition in one place.
“If you are new to long tweets, you need to click “show replies” and every 30th tweet will see the world ,” the collector writes under his post.
The goal of the project is a decentralized open metaverse that can scale up to a billion people.
VooVoo NFT Marketplace release date announced
The launch of the VooVoo platform is scheduled for April 24, which should change our understanding of how to manage the NFT market. The new marketplace will feature iconic brands and world-famous names in sports, entertainment and pop culture.
VooVerse will launch in Zilliqa's "Metapolis" metaverse. VooVoo NFT allows users to create NFTs on the Solana blockchain and sell them directly from their phones. In this way, VooVoo "seeks to bring digital property to a wider market."
One of the most important features of the new marketplace is that certified users do not pay to create their own NFT art, they have access to various NFT building tools.
Everlens - Instagram Marketplace NFT eyeing TikTok expansion
After successfully launching its flagship NFT marketplace for Instagram earlier this year, Everlens is looking to expand.
Company representatives have announced that their developers are hard at work on releasing the next major platform update. In particular, the Everlens Social NFT is planned to be introduced soon, which will focus on the integration of third-party social networks. The second update, Everlens NFT, will target more traditional NFT users looking to build offline collections.
Everlens Social NFT is expanding its targeted market significantly with the introduction of social network giant TikTok. As with the Instagram integration, TikTokers will be able to easily turn their posts into marketable NFTs with a few simple clicks.
NFT owners will be able to choose the plot in the series
The production company Sixth Sense has released a new animated web series The Gimmicks "Tricks" with the support of Toonstar, which creates tapes based on Web3 technology. The project allows NFT owners to choose their own episode endings based on the project.
It was possible to get NFT tokens based on the series for free on The Gimmicks website from March 18. However, at the moment, the release of tokens is closed and they can only be purchased on the secondary market.
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