Decentraland, a 3D virtual world powered by blockchain, has made plans to introduce a new metaverse city on Polygon. In the brand-new metaverse metropolis, companies, artists, and other creators may rent space at reasonable prices.

Decentraland press release plans to launch its new 16-acre metaverse project, Crystal Metropolis, a Polygon blockchain-powered virtual world city, in a press statement on October 17.

Felipe and Decent Amusements are teamed together with Decentraland for Crystal City.

To begin the new metaverse project, Decentraland has teamed up with Felipe Escudero, a young visionary architect from LEDY, and Decent Amusement, the district manager of the Central Marketplace District. The co-founder of LEDY, Mark D’Andrea, made the following remarks on the metaverse project:

“Crystal City design is meant to inspire wonder and spark creativity. It will be a major new landmark in the metaverse, and with constant new experiences and events will become a destination for social interaction, discovery, and exploration.”

In turn, Rob Dixon, a senior executive from Decent Amusements, remarked:

“We wanted to turn the Central Marketplace district into something spectacular, and Felipe and LEDY have delivered. With cutting-edge design and common services for tenants, this will be a great place for any company or creator to build their presence in the metaverse.”

The new crystal metaverse metropolis will, in the words of the development team, transcend the bounds of the current physical reality. In order to provide a transcendent, immersive experience that is possible only in the digital realm, the new initiatives will defy gravity and material limitations.

Overview of Crystal Metaverse City

Artists, producers, and companies will be able to lease space at reasonable prices in the 16-acre Crystal Metaverse City. Additionally, it will provide builders and renters the freedom to conjure up fanciful settings in their own minds.

Users will also be able to host offices, stores, galleries, events, and the tallest observation deck in Decentraland in Crystal City. Additionally, it will enable businesses to rent space in the towers, marketplace, and event space.

Other companies may rent vacant properties in Crystal Metaverse City in Decentraland and build their own corporate headquarters there. The release states that the new Crystal Metaverse City will launch on Polygon on October 17 at 7 PM EST.

Thanks to Dominic Kimani at Business 2 Community whose reporting provided the original basis for this story.


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