Why The Crypto Metaverse Is About To Go Insane?

The world trend in 2022 is the metaverse and it is dominating most aspects of the space. There is huge news involving the metaverse including Decentraland (MANA), Walmart, and their own cryptocurrency as well as the Cardano metaverse, Axie Infinity (AXS), and much more that will help people answer the question: Why the crypto metaverse is about to go insane.

Walmart is quietly preparing to enter the metaverse

The first big news is Walmart is quietly preparing to enter the metaverse. CNBC reported that Walmart appears to be venturing into the metaverse with plans to create its own cryptocurrency as well as a collection of NFTs on December 30th.

Some indicate that intent to make and sell virtual goods including electronics, home decorations, toys, sporting goods, and personal care products, are all available in their metaverse, and in a separate filing. The company said it would offer users virtual currency as well as NFTs.

There are seven separate applications that have been submitted and in a statement, Walmart did say that it is continuously exploring how emerging technologies may shape future shopping experiences.

Land prices surge on the Cardano metaverse project, Pavia (PAVIA)

The next piece of news is for the Cardano metaverse. Land prices surge on the Cardano (ADA) metaverse project, Pavia (PAVIA).

Pavia launched on the Cardano network last week has become the first-ever metaverse project on the blockchain that has 100,000 land parcels were issued in it.

Each land parcel is being minted on a unique NFT with individual coordinates over 60% of these parcels were pre-sold back in October and November of 2021.

The remaining 40% is for the public and the final detail. Data shows that there are over 8,300 plot owners in this metaverse.

Joe Rogan introduces Axie Infinity Metaverse to 11 million people

Axie Infinity (AXS) is receiving a huge shout-out a few days ago on the Joe Rogan Experience. Joe Rogan’s experience has 11 million average viewers per episode.

People are buying and selling things. And there are plots of land available.

The Australian Open Launches in Decentraland (MANA)

The last one is a quick piece of news involving Decentraland (MANA). The Australian Open (AO) tennis swings into the metaverse on Decentraland.

A virtual recreation of Melbourne park, including the Rod Laver Arena and Grand Slam Park, will be open for the duration of the AO tournament. A huge piece of real-world adoption in Decentraland.

Taking the AO into the metaverse is an important step to providing truly global access to our great event, especially during times of this pandemic variant increase.

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