Yesterday, Yuga Labs, the parent company of Bored Ape Yacht Club, Announce New details on the second test of the gamified Otherside metaverse platform.
According to the company, the “second tour” will take place on March 25 and will include a two-hour adventure led by four Otherside captains. The second ride for holders of the NFT Otherdeed associated with lands in the Otherside metaverse is currently unreleased. Each holder, known as a “passenger,” will have the opportunity to invite a guest to join them on the experience.
We came, we saw, we farted. Here, a look back at our first memorable first trip. 4,620 players, 2,560 live views, and DAYS of Koda loot. Can’t wait for the next one. pic.twitter.com/t3un1xmorZ
— Othersidemeta (@OthersideMeta) August 4, 2022
According to the company, this “huge” in-person experience will accommodate up to 10,000 passengers on a first-come, first-served basis. Non-NFT holders will also be able to watch the event live on the company’s YouTube channel.
Yuga Labs organized a “first ride” for over 4,600 players in July 2022, causing severe congestion on the Ethereum network.Passengers taking a second trip on their first trip will be eligible for obelisk There is a unique connection to the overall story of the other side.
As Yuga Labs co-founders Wylie Aronow and Greg Solano said last December, the company sees Otherside as a meeting point for all the projects under its brand.company first time reveal The April 2022 metaverse ambition is a platform for players to own land and turn existing NFTs into playable characters. Yuga Labs initially sold 55,000 NFTs and other deeds related to virtual land titles, generating roughly $320 million in primary revenue.
according to open sea, the total sales of Otherdeed NFTs to date is 524,130 ETH (approximately $806 million). At the time of writing, one NFT Otherdeed has a base price of 1.9 ETH, or roughly $2,920.
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