The Sandbox, an Ethereum-based decentralized NFT metaverse leading the charge into the virtual world, has been busy building bridges with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Warner Brothers after announcing partnerships to build exclusive virtual locations for both. Now Chain Games has joined the list after partnering with The Sandbox to get a slice of the virtual pie by agreeing to create an exclusive piece of land within the metaverse where Sandbox users will have access to play all their supported titles.
Uplandme Inc, a globally distributed organization headquartered in Silicon Valley and founded in 2018 by Dirk Lueth, Mani Honigstein and Idan Zuckerman and one of the hottest Metaverses on the blockchain, today announced its newest true-to-life digital mapped city of Los Angeles is now open.
With the exponential growth of the Metaverse and the Gamefi space along with their duel focus on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), it’s no surprise that nearly every blockchain and distributed ledger tech project are actively engaged in developing and launching their own entries into or versions of the Metaverse. Ethereum scaling solution Polygon has been actively developing and expanding on its GameFi and NFT strategy, creating an extensive range of options for building and connecting blockchains and decentralized applications (dApps) while taking the initiative a step further by establishing Polygon Studios, an independent branch that’s dedicated to blockchain gaming and NFTs.