Polkadot launchpad platform Polkastarter announced yesterday that will begin offering real estate land sales.
According to the company’s announcement, the first NFT metaverse Land Sale will take place next week on Polkastarter, enabling users to snap up real estate from the best metaverse projects.
Buying virtual land is now as easy as buying tokens
Given the incredible rise in popularity both experienced during the past year, NFTs and virtual world ecosystems were bound to cross paths at some point. Polkastarter, a launchpad platform based on Polkadot, was among the first to jump on board and offer users an easy and streamlined way to participate in what the industry now calls metaverses.
Starting from December, Polkastarter will launch its NFT Metaverse Land Sales, enabling users to purchase virtual real estate from some of the most popular metaverse projects. These include virtual worlds such as ChainGuardians, Highstreet, Wider World, and Realm, where users will be able to buy either individual parcels or land packs.
According to the company’s announcements, these land sales will work just like the standard token sales on Polkastarter—users will be able to whitelist and participate in the sales through a streamlined and easy-to-use interface they’re already familiar with.
“In virtual worlds such as ChainGuardians, Highstreet, Wilder World or Realm, people can walk around, meet friends, visit buildings, and even attend events,” they explained in the announcement.
“And just like the real world, land plays an extremely important role in the metaverse. The better the location, the more expensive it is, so getting in early in these land sales is key.”
The exact dates of the first land sale to take place on the platform are set to be announced in the coming days, alongside the names of the projects participating in the event.
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