MetaMundo will bring three-dimensional art and assets into major metaverse environments by launching its marketplace and nonfungible token (NFT architecture).
Popular metaverses such as The Sandbox, Cryptovoxels and Spatial will allow users to collect and own NFT assets such as galleries, luxury villas and music venues, as well a variety of avatars and vehicles. These assets can be purchased directly from 3D artists, architects, and designers.
MetaMundo built an NFT architecture using the Ethereum blockchain. It is specifically designed for 3D files and Metaverse interoperability. Flexible metadata structures allow multiple 3D files to be integrated into one NFT.
MetaMundo will offer NFTs with a bundle containing 3D files compatible to Metaverse platforms. Additionally, you can add new 3D file to an NFT. MetaMundo can convert and optimize 3D files in order to create multiple metaverse optimized assets.
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Before making a purchase, users will be able preview and interact with 3D files included in each NFT via the MetaMundo marketplace. Finn Hansen, co-founder of MetaMundo, stated that the platform aims to pioneer NFT functionality across multiple blockchain projects.
“We’re solving the lack of NFT interoperability through a unique architecture we’ve developed, which features a versatile and extensible NFT metadata structure, supporting multiple 3D file versions and offering the flexibility to add additional file versions later to enable future-proofing as 3D technology evolves.”
The company has partnered with a number 3D creators, who have extensive experience in both the Metaverse space and in real-life art. The marketplace has partnered with Dutch-based NFT artist Dutchtide and American modernist architect Luis Fernandez. Metaverse architect Mila Liolli is also represented.
MetaMundo’s initial 3D NFT releases will feature Dutchtide’s Brutalist-architecture-inspired Japanese Zen Art Gallery and an ocean-side luxury villa created by Fernandez.