Ethereum blockchain will soon feature virtual fashion items as a result of the partnership between Enjin and MetaverseMe. The collaboration is aimed at creating a line of tradable non-fungible tokens representing clothing for Metaverse avatars.
Enjin will host the infrastructure framework to host the NFTs, which can subsequently be visualized in MetaverseMe. MetaverseMe is an augmented reality platform that enables its users to create customized avatars and see them interact within their real-world environment. They can dress the avatars using a variety of fashion items that the user will be able to own through the Ethereum blockchain.
Pluriform, the first collection available through the platform, has been designed by the design studio, The Fabricant, in partnership with the gaming company, Atari. February 28th is the last day for users to have access to the collection post which any unsold NFTs will be destroyed to maintain the exclusivity.
The other virtual worlds that are a part of the metaverse will also play host to the NFTs. It is Enjin’s initiative to connect separate video games into a collective virtual universe apart from the MetaverseMe app. Minecraft and Atari’s ‘Kick Off’ are two such supported platforms.
Enjin’s token recently shot up as a result of regulatory approval by the Japanese authorities.
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