Ethereum Towers, a community-centric, vertical megastructure of 4,388 NFT apartments set in the upcoming Ethereum Worlds Metaverse, announced the unveiling of its metaverse prototype to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the company’s launch.
The Ethereum Towers are located in the Ethereum Worlds Metaverse, which is built with low entry requirements for users that are not crypto natives. The new prototype shows how simple it is to use the metaverse as a non-gaming, non-VR user by including intuitive controls and visual components that mimic real-world activities.
“Despite the fanfare around metaverses and NFTs, there can still be a steep learning curve for crypto novices,” said Jason Zemgulis, Founder and CEO of Ethereum Towers.
Since Ethereum Worlds is more of a social platform than a game, users will be able to engage in real-world activities from the comfort of their own real-world homes, such as going to a club or the movies, meeting friends and coworkers, or showcasing their art collections.
The eagerly awaited metaverse prototype, along with its “partner app” for non-VR interactions, features films of real-world footage showcasing how barriers may be quickly added or removed by pressing a virtual button. Additionally, the prototype demonstrates how simple it is to position and move furniture, showing how non-gaming/VR users can quickly become accustomed to the controls.
“With so many NFT projects launching and disappearing within the same year, we’re proud of our team for developing a solid experience that is here to stay,” said Shane, COO of Ethereum Towers.
Apartment NFT owners in Ethereum Towers have access to a fully customizable virtual space that can be quickly constructed and decorated using their advanced and user-friendly functions. Visitors and residents will enjoy lavish, utopian spaces built for Oculus by Oculus-approved developers and created by award-winning, real-world architects to meet and mingle outside their dwellings.
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