Announced today, Overview, A mobile application associated with the blockchain and NFT world, is moving towards a new frontier, namely augmented reality chat.

In fact, the new update of the app is available for iOS and Android, and promises to conduct AR face-to-face chat, that is, the ability to use avatars to talk to and interact with friends in the app.

It is the first application that allows this kind of functionality, especially when we consider the impact of the crypto industry and OVR in the blockchain world.

Therefore, OVR is moving in a new direction Inclusiveness and a greater degree of customization Thanks to 10 new characters and races that can be used in the app.

With the new update of this application, you can also receive chat notifications with friends and avatars you meet in the OVR metaverse, and you can also share a link to your LAND.

Before this update, it was not possible to share a simple LAND URL to invite people to join your Metaverse. Now the 1.6 trillion hexagons in the virtual world of OVR are divided, each of which has its own link and can be shared. Various experiences can be organized on each LAND, from concerts to virtual NFT exhibitions and more.

The good news for this app is that it recently formed a partnership with Chainlink and sold more than 300,000 plots of land at auction, including the Eiffel Tower that was sold for $100,000 a few months ago.

OVR also has its own token of the same name, which can be purchased directly Credit card on company website.


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