As you might know, Cryptovoxels is a virtual world like The Sandbox and Decentraland. It allows players to create their own worlds and play in them. However, Cryptovoxel is also more than that. Today, we will talk about what's possible in the virtual world of Cryptovoxels.
Who Made Cryptovoxels?
Cryptovoxels is created by Nolan Consulting, an independent game developer based in Wellington, New Zealand. According to its website, Cryptovoxels started as a project to build a Snowcrash or Ready Player One like Metaverse on the web.
The platform was first released behind a secret beta key in May 2018. The first land sales were made exclusive to the founder's friends and advisors and June 2018, and then to early adopters through the OpenSea crypto-collectibles marketplace.
Cryptovoxel opened to the public in July 2018, and subsequently, land sales were opened up to all comers. As of now, 7351 parcels of land are minted in the world. The lowest price for a plot of land in Cryptovoxel is 1.899 ETH (approximately $5,335 USD)and it is only rising.
What Can I Do in Cryptovoxels?
Cryptovoxels offers a wide variety of activities to suit every type of player. You can explore the world even without an Ethereum wallet or a parcel - just go straight to play and see what you find. However, if you want to take advantage of the full capabilities of Cryptovoxel, you'll want to connect your wallet.
Here are the activities that you can do in Cryptovoxels:
- Create unique avatars and user names (ERC721 token).
- Buy, rent and sell virtual land.
- Build stores, houses, museums, space to host virtual events, etc.
- Create an art gallery with NFTs
- Interact with other players
- Play games developed specifically for the platform.
In summary, Cryptovoxels offers virtually every functionalities popular Metaverse platforms like The Sandbox and Decentraland offer. It also allows users to easily interact with each other, build their own content on their virtual land and monetize it.