Blockchain game platforms Enjin and Metaverseme are augmented reality (AR) platforms that aim to introduce tradable AR fashion assets into the Ethereum blockchain. The non-fungible token (NFT) supported by Enjin will be launched on February 23, and the user’s avatar can be worn in the Metaverseme app.
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According to a statement, the Metaverseme app will allow users to quickly capture selfies in the real world and generate ultra-realistic avatars. AR mode can map the user’s real environment, in this environment, their digital avatar can come to life when wearing and interacting with NFT fashion. Then, users can record an avatar wearing a fashionable NFT in AR and share the video via social media.
After issuing this statement, Martyn Hughes, the founder of Metaverseme, talked about the importance and potential of blockchain technology in his speech. He said:
Soon, the blockchain will be regarded as the Internet of value for all immersive experiences. Being able to take your assets and use them in all your favorite games and applications will revolutionize the digital economy.
At the same time, the two entities explained in the statement: “The first batch of NFTs Metaverseme will adopt is a series called Pluriform, which is a limited number of numbers created through the ongoing partnership between Enjin, Atari, Metaverseme and Fabricant. Fashion. Pluriform NFT is valid until February 28, “All [the] Unsold supplies will be burned at the end of the sale. “
For Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov (Maxim Blagov), he praised the possibility of the combination of blockchain and AR. He said:
Soon, your avatar will be promoted across the Internet. We are very happy to work with the Metaverseme team to achieve this goal.
Since joining Enjin, Atari and other game developers have locked more than 10 million Enjin tokens in the powerful NFT, including tokens that can be used in Metaverseme.
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