Everything New in DecentWorld 2.0
New Year – New me has never been so appropriate. The turn of 2023 marked the launch of DecentWorld 2.0. This is by far our biggest and most ambitious update so far, and we are thrilled to finally be able to present it to you all. This marks an important benchmark in both the development of DecentWorld and the future of virtual property as a whole.
With the new DecentWorld 2.0 update now you can:
- Mint an additional type of NFT asset – close to 62 million Buildings available!
- Attach your personal EOS wallet – DecentWorld is now officially a hybrid platform.
- Put your NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain – part blockchain barriers and explore OpenSea
- Track your transactions seamlessly via blocks.io.
Buildings are a new form of NFTs that was introduced with the DecentWorld 2.0 update. Previously users were only able to mint and acquire Streets and combine them into Collections. The latter also allowed users to stake NFTs and generate yield.
DecentWorld’s 18.5 million available Streets was already an industry-defining number of mintable digital real estate options. However, 2.0 pushes the bar even further as nearly 62 million Buildings now become possible additions for expanding your NFT portfolio.
The new Building feature is an integrated one that seamlessly works in a symbiotic relationship with the already existing street NFT economy.
The introduction of buildings into DecentWorld also comes as a second step in the evolution of our user-led inner economy in the form of Street Royalties. Streets are what bring shape to a world and without them buildings become inaccessible. That’s why early adopters that have acquired streets in DecentWorld get the benefit of 10% of the price of buildings minted on their street. Let’s say someone decides to mint the Park Avenue, 620 Building, which is priced at 230,400 DWRLD, the owner of Park Avenue Street would then receive 23,040 DWRLD. This both rewards early adopters for acquiring Street assets as well as reinvigorates the peer-to-peer economy inside of DecentWorld.
EOS wallet compatibility
EOS wallet compatibility has been added to DecentWorld as a new feature with the DecentWorld 2.0 release. This marks a clear step in making DecentWorld’s system a hybrid one. The aim was to make our metaverse the most accessible to everyone, whether they are decentralized finance enthusiasts or not. We hope that our blockchain-savvy users will enjoy the higher level of freedom and ownership that this new integration brings.
Users will be able to not only store their EOS tokens there, but also their DWRLD tokens as well as their Street and Building NFTs in their integrated wallet. The robust security that comes with using the EOS blockchain ensures that the new feature also retains the highest standard of safety and security for your digital holdings.
EOS to Ethereum ramp
The new EOS wallet integration comes with a companion update that introduces an EOS to Ethereum ramp. The new access of seamlessly moving your NFTs between the two blockchains will reinvigorate your full ownership over your virtual property. Not only will this give you more freedom in choosing where and how you store your NFTs, but also provide access to the largest NFT marketplaces, like OpenSea.
We believe that trust and transparency are extremely important and wanted to further strengthen it in our platform via blocks.io integration. This will give you seamless tracking of all transactions on the blockchain by simply following the link.
With the new features at your disposal your control over your personal metaverse journey has never been so great.
Your Metaverse Guide,