The game “Metaverse Heroes” raises 14 million reais, Reserva distributes NFTs for free, Livia Elektra helps women enter the market

NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) have not been immune to the general downturn in the cryptocurrency market, and the devaluation has reached a series of so-called “blue chips” such as the Boring Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), CryptoPunks and Moonbirds.

However, the market down cycle has not stopped or deterred Brazilian creators in the industry from continuing to work. New projects, collectibles and photography in the gaming and virtual world sectors are the latest highlights of the national non-fungible token scene.

Metaverse Heroes

Metaverse Heroes, an NFT game conceived by Prota Games, has raised R$14 million in an investment round from Iporanga Ventures, Big Bets and Class 5 Global, which also includes participation from individual investors.

Metaverse Heroes is scheduled to release in October and will have mobile as its preferred platform, but it can also be accessed via PC. This is a game based on an open universe where players can evolve according to their abilities.

To succeed on their journey, players will have the resources to use NFT-based weapons and other items. During the pre-sale phase, Prota Games raised R$4.5 million in 24 hours by selling game-related collectibles.

In addition to being used to improve player skills, NFTs can also be traded on the secondary market.However, Santiago Blanco, CEO and co-founder of Prota Games, stressed in a report published by NeoFeed that this is not just another game game to make moneywhere players are rewarded based on completing certain tasks and overcoming challenges:

“The point is the tokenization of assets and the game economy, not people playing to make money.”

“Metaverse Heroes” will be Play for freeThat said, players don’t need to make an initial investment to play the game, but obviously NFTs help increase their chances of success in the game. To reduce barriers to gaming adoption, NFTs can be purchased with a credit card.

Just to sell items on the secondary market, players need to use a digital wallet to connect to market Transactions can be made within it, Blanco explained.

Currently, Prota Games has a team of 42 professionals working on the development of Metaverse Heroes, and the funds raised in the latest investment round will be used in part to hire an additional 18 employees.

New Reserve NFT Collection

This Tuesday, the 14th, Reserva will be distributing a new series of NFTs for free to owners of non-fungible tokens “Pistol Birds,” the first series from the carioca brand, inspired by its trademark bird.

The spin-off will be named “Collection series birds”, and three new birds will be introduced. Owners of the original “Pistol Birds” will receive new NFTs based on the number of collectibles they own.

The three new birds are divided into “Forest Birds”, which will be distributed to owners of 1 “Pistol Bird”; “Papeete Birds”, for those with two or more “Pistol Birds”; and “Collector Birds” , for collectors who own at least one NFT of each original “Pistol Birds” (Savage, Wild, Electra, Pop, Skull and Bird-o-Tron).

NFTs in the new series must be redeemed between June 15th and 20th. Mint is free, and collectors who qualify for a new Reserva drop are responsible for paying transaction fees, according to the guidelines available on the ReservaX website, a division dedicated to the carioca brand meta-festival.

ReservaX’s new collection of NFTs still promises other benefits for investors. Each NFT will give its owner access to the brand’s exclusive channel on Discord, a store for exclusive products, pre-sale and releases.

Reserve’s new NFT collection is “Collection series birds“: Early access to brand releases, exclusive products, and ReservaX’s exclusive Discord channel.

Photographer Livia Elektra supports female creators to increase market share

The share of women in the NFT market is still small: an ArtTactic survey last year showed that women accounted for just 5% of non-fungible token trading volume and 16% of total creators.

As such, Brazilian photographer Livia Elektra can be considered one of the few exceptions to break out of this circle of privilege, which remains male not only in the NFT market, but in the cryptocurrency industry as a whole.

Now, she joins nine other creators to launch EVE NFT, a project that empowers and encourages women to take action and invest in the cryptocurrency industry. As a Universa UOL report explains, Livia and her partners aim to contribute to bridging the gap between men and women in this new environment that combines art, technology and financial investment:

“We are still a long way from achieving a balance between men and women. They are still the vast majority. We are a minority in investing in cryptocurrencies. So once there is this technology that relies on cryptocurrencies, women are Already at a disadvantage. The technology is starting now, so it’s time for us to get together and get ahead or go out and meet men face to face. The more women we take with us now, the more women we’re going to be in a few years from now that we won’t be that different To be able to achieve what we want in the future. We want to show that to invest in cryptocurrencies, she doesn’t need her husband, she doesn’t need a man, whoever it is.

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Named one of the 109 best photographers in the world to explore this new media format by the NFTPhotographers platform, the Brazilian was invited by the NFT project “Women’s World”, Code Green and Vinci Airports to present her work at more than 20 airports with images from irresistible Along with 22 other emerging artists in the alternative token scene.

Next Monday, the 20th, his work will be shown on the big screen in Times Square, New York, USA, along with other photographers selected by NFTPhotografers.

As Cointelegraph Brasil recently reported, according to decentralized application monitoring platform Dapp Radar, despite the recent sell-off across all sectors of the cryptocurrency industry, the NFT market moved $3.7 billion in May.

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