The Brave New Metaverse, Next Earth, Is Dropping a Token
As the world hurtles towards an increasingly digital future, more and more people are looking for ways to escape the constant surveillance and control of centralized entities. Next Earth is creating a fully DAO-controlled, interoperable, totally democratized Metaverse where users have true digital ownership over their cyber-selves.
Next Earth is built on the premise that the surface of the Earth is a starting point for the project. This allows for a real-world interaction that is essential for the development of a self-sustaining Metaverse economy. VR and user-created content will be essential in the democratized future, but Next Earth builds its foundations on creating a self-sustaining Metaverse economy first.
The Next Earth team is gearing up for its token pre-sale on January 22nd, 2022, and its launch on the 27th. This will be done through the brand new Next Earth Launchpad. Any Next Earth user who owns at least $100 worth of land will be able to participate in the token sale. After that, token holders will be able to stake NXTT on their land to earn rewards and access other bonuses.
After NXTT is introduced to the market, the company will publish a series of proposals called NEIPs (Next Earth Improvement Proposals) that will shape the future of the platform and serve as a roadmap for the development of the platform.
Some of these proposals have already been announced, such as the migration to Polygon – an open-source virtual world built on blockchain technology – and the development of a marketplace for virtual land and assets.
The NEIPs will also include new features and improvements to the platform that will provide a better experience for its users. These proposals will be voted on by NXTT’s community and will shape the future of the platform forever.
Next Earth’s statistics have been looking bright since its launch. Over 30,000 virtual landowners have registered, with 180,000 registered users in total. The NFT marketplace has seen 2,418 transactions, worth $717,843, with a total user profit of $650,000. In addition, Next Earth has generated $8 million in income, with $800,000 (10%) donated to environmental initiatives.
Notable sales include Pyramids, the colosseum, many stadiums, and points of interest at similar values. Further, the New York MET was bought for $100 and resold for $32,000. The success of Next Earth is further evidenced by the fact that communities are constantly being created, new members are signing up every day, and more and more users are finding success in the marketplace.
Next Earth aims to usher in a new era of digital democracy, where users have control over their own lives and destinies. With its commitment to environmentalism and social responsibility, Next Earth is a project that we’ll be keeping an eye on.