$2.5 million virtual land sale, MetaSoccer raised $2.2 million, CryptoDragons cited

The Decentraland-based Metaverse Group announced on November 23 that it had completed the so-called “largest Metaverse land acquisition in history.”

Tokens.com’s subsidiary snapped up 116 packages land Located in the “Fashion District Center” of Decentraland. The total area of ​​the land purchased is equivalent to 6,090 square feet of land at a cost of 618,000 MANA tokens and a value of approximately US$2.5 million.

Yuanjie Group plans to develop the real estate for fashion shows and businesses. It will also establish partnerships with fashion brands that want to expand their influence in Metaverse, especially in Decentraland. Sam Hamilton, head of content at the Decentraland Foundation, said: “Fashion is the next huge growth area for Metaverse.”

This transaction is the first of many transactions for Metaverse Group since Tokens.com became its major shareholder. The listed Canadian blockchain investment company invested US$2.75 million in Yuanjie Group on November 17, increasing its shareholding ratio from 50% to 70%.Yuanjie Group plan About using the funds to buy more land in Metaverses, such as Decentraland, Somnium Space, The Sandbox, Cryptovoxels and Upland.

MetaSoccer raises funds

MetaSoccer has raised $2.2 million to launch a football game and football club management platform in Metaverse.

The financing was led by Play Ventures, Defiance Capital, Parafi Capital, DAO Maker, Kyros Ventures, Metrix Capital and Peech Capital.

MetaSoccer allows users to form a virtual football team and play or manage the team throughout the season. The Play to Earn (P2E) game allows users to earn MSU tokens by trading players, winning matches, and getting sponsorships on the platform.

Co-founder and chief operating officer of MetaSoccer, Patxi Barrios, stated that he hopes to “create a new generation of digitally-native football players and clubs whose ratings will be similar to those of professional football leagues.”

Time Studios will launch Robotos NFT

Time Studios, the television and film production division of Time Magazine, is developing a children’s series based on Pablo Stanley’s Robotos NFT series.

this robot The NFT collection has 10,000 randomly generated “robots” that are pieced together with more than 170 features.

Entering the NFT field is part of the studio’s strategy to develop and produce innovative narrative techniques across different media channels. Keith A. Grossman, President of Times Said:

“Too many incredible IPs have been developed in the NFT field. We are proud of the role Time can play by providing these creators with our platform and access to alternative media.”

Time has been embracing NFT and launched its Timepiece The NFT collection on September 23 includes still images and animations on the theme of “Building a Better Future.”

CryptoDragons Eggs sold out at 559 ETH

The second round of CryptoDragons 1,000 “eggs” sold out, a total of 559 Ethereum (2.3 million USD) at 7:30pm UTC on November 22

CryptoDragons is a collection of NFT eggs that eventually hatch into a dragon. The project started in September 2021 and has sold 1,500 eggs so far.

The second round of ordering of Easter eggs includes 998 random Easter eggs, 1 epic Easter egg, and 1 legendary Easter egg. The legendary egg was sold for 50 ETH ($212,000). CryptoDragon claimed that this sale set a new world record for NFT sold in the first round of pre-sales.

Nari, the CEO and co-founder of the project, said: “We thank the community for another round of success.”

related: Sotheby’s Metaverse announces the latest and largest NFT charity auction

Encryption Dragon The first round of eggs sold out 142 ETH (603,000 USD).

Other good news

Royal has A round of financing of 55 million US dollars A round of financing. The on-chain music platform co-founded by JD Ross and DJ Justin Blau ended this round of financing led by Andreesen Horowitz.

Twitter and Discord users will be able toEmbed NFT through Audius, a music streaming platformThe “embedded” feature aims to increase fan engagement by using NFT and Web 3.0 integration.