LandVault is partnering with Dubai-based leaders in providing Metaverse as a Service, Metapolis, to enable users to transform metaverse experiences into investable assets. Additionally, the two entities aim to help brands to expand quickly into the virtual world.
For both parties, the relationship presents an extraordinary opportunity. LandVault can demonstrate its virtual real estate building expertise on a cutting-edge platform as an authorized builder for Metapolis.
LandVault has developed a new protocol called Matera that brings experiences on-chain by minting them as NFTs to make them tradeable on marketplaces. It has built over 200 projects in the metaverse, owning and renting its virtual land to brands like Mastercard, Heineken, Standard Chartered, or web3 IP like World of Women. The tokenization of experiences within the Metaverse will be possible thanks to integration with the Matera Protocol, which will stimulate economic growth.
To help businesses launch their own platforms, Metapolis offers the technical layer for interoperability, safety, security, and identification. Web2 and Web3 clients seeking to develop their metaverse presence by providing fresh, immersive experiences and depths of customer connection can onboard quickly and easily with Metapolis. In addition, Metapolis works with businesses to determine how they might adapt their business models for the metaverse. To create and implement compelling experiences on their platform, Metapolis will draw on the expertise of Landvault.
The Global Metaverse Market will be worth $40.7 billion in 2021, according to a recent analysis by BlueWeave Consulting. By the end of 2028, anticipated market revenues of around $439.0 billion are expected, growing at a CAGR of 40.5%.
“By teaming up with Metapolis, LandVault is better equipped to build across the top platforms. Our goal is to become the go-to destination for anyone interested in creating, sharing, and exploring the metaverse, and this partnership is another giant step in that direction,” said Sam Huber, CEO of LandVault.
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