This follows the success of The Sandbox’s Private Islands and Luxury Villa developments, both of which sold out earlier this year.
The Web3 Exclusible platform launched in August 2021 as a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, with a luxurious virtual world property added earlier this year. The investment resources for its Alpha NFT Genesis series sold out within 48 hours and generated 570 ether (ETH) in revenue, Exclusible purchased land in The Sandbox metaverse and built luxury villas and private islands there.
High-profile buyers include professional footballers Marco Verratti and Kingsley Coman and Swiss tennis player Stan Wawrinka.
The latest venture, involving 3,000 exclusive luxury penthouse NFTs, launched Saturday in the photorealistic Metaverse Spatial.
The 500-square-meter virtual space features expansive meeting and reception areas, screening rooms for short films or live broadcasts, rooms with king-size beds, wrap-around terraces with dance floors and Jacuzzis, and a helipad with helicopters. Excited.
The exclusive luxury penthouse is available in five different versions, with staterooms offering panoramic views of Paris, Miami, Las Vegas, New Caledonia and Dubai. Buyers can look forward to future uses: for example, a helipad will allow travel in the space metaverse.
NFT Luxury Penthouse owners can invite up to 50 people to participate in Ready Player Me avatars, which can be customized with uploaded images of the user’s face. The live preview feature is also available as a bubble floating above each avatar’s head.
Another rooftop utility is the NFT gallery for everyone, where owners can showcase their portfolios, from the Bored Apes Yacht Club to CryptoPunks, as virtual artworks hanging on the walls. Displays detailed information about each OpenSea with one click.
“The beauty of these penthouses is that they have multiple use cases,” said Olivier Bureau, co-founder of Exclusible, listing their potential, from movie nights and football games with friends to business, community and autonomy A non-traditional meeting place for a centralized organization. . “You can live stream content or share your screen while easily chatting with each other and watching your avatars move around the space.”
“Artists can showcase their digital art, brands can decorate spaces according to their appearance, and NFT collectors can hang their most prestigious blue chips on the walls,” he said, adding that luxury NFTs can be cost-effective Metaverse headquarters solution brand.
According to an Exclusible survey by LinkedIn, 38% of stakeholders are consulting firms, brands and institutions, 25% are individuals, 16% are NFT collectors, and 10% are professional investors. At the time of writing, the top three countries are users from the United States, Singapore, and Japan, as seen by the more than 24,000 wallets registered on the pre-mint page.
“We also have interest from very wealthy buyers – big banks and some celebrities,” the bureau said.
Although he declined to be named for confidentiality reasons, he cited a media company looking to host team-building events, a cryptocurrency fund planning a launch event for investors, and a company keen to invite guests and host podcasts in the Metaverse The famous podcast duo.
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