Different Metaverses and the $200,000 Dragon Eggs: Popular NFT News
Metaverse Group – virtual land tycoon
Metaverse Group’s subsidiary Tokens.com has acquired 116 land parcels in the centre of Fashion Street in Decentraland for approximately $2.5 million.
The Metaverse Group plans to develop the estate for fashion shows and retail, according to Sam Hamilton, head of content at the Decentraland Foundation. He will also form partnerships with fashion brands looking forward to expand their presence in the Metaverse, especially Decentraland.
Football in the Metaverse
MetaSoccer has raised $2.2 million from Play Ventures, Defiance Capital, Parafi Capital, DAO Maker, Kyros Ventures, Metrix Capital, and Peech Capital to launch soccer games and a soccer club management platform in the Metaverse.
MetaSoccer allows users to collect virtual soccer teams and play matches or manage a team throughout the season. The Play to Earn (P2E) game allows users to earn MSU tokens by trading players, winning matches and getting sponsorships on the platform.
Time Studios launches Robotos NFT
Time Studios is developing a children’s series based on Pablo Stanley’s Robotos NFT collection, which includes 10,000 randomly generated “droids”.
This move into the NFT space is part of the studio’s strategy to develop and produce innovative storytelling techniques across multiple media channels.
Time uses NFT heavily and launched its NFT TIMEpieces collection on September 23rd, which includes still images and animations with the theme “Building a Better Future”.
CryptoDragons caught the wave?
CryptoDragons sold the entire second batch of 1,000 eggs for a total of 559 ETH ($2.3 million) on November 22 at 19:30 UTC. The project started in September 2021 and has sold 1,500 eggs to date.
The second round of egg reservations included 998 random eggs, 1 epic egg, and 1 legendary egg. The Legendary Egg was sold for 50 ETH ($212,000). CryptoDragon claims the sale set a new world record for NFTs sold in the first round of presales.