Land NFTs have always been the craze in any metaverse. Just look at The Sandbox’s never-ending series of land sales. Being a landlord in the metaverse is cool. But what if you can be the gatekeeper for inter-metaverse travel too? In Ertha, inter-metaverse travels are possible thanks to its Portal NFTs. The game’s buzzing community has recently spent more than $60k on these NFTs. Wonder what do these portals look like? Take a look below.
Now you can travel between metaverses thanks to these Ertha Portals NFTs
Ertha is a P2E metaverse game based on Binance Smart Chain. In this world, there are 350,000 HEX land plots in total. The nearest neighbor to Ertha is the Moon Metaverse. And traveling between these two metaverses is now possible thanks to Ertha’s Portal NFTs.
So what’s the deal with owning these portals? For one thing, the portal is an easy source of passive income. Each time players travel through the portal, they need to pay for tickets. And when transporting cargo to their destination, players need to pay a fee as well. The best part is, portal owners can earn revenue from each of these transactions. No wonder portals are in high demand.
Additionally, portals are sold in a package. Since the portals are two-way, whoever owns an Ertha portal automatically gets a portal HEX NFT on the Moon for free.
The latest craze for Ertha’s Portals NFTs is a strong indication of the community’s support for this project. To be clear, Ertha hit several times of record-breaking sales before this. In February, a buyer bought Rome city NFT for a whopping $120k. This beat the previous highs set for Tokyo which sold for $59k. Earlier, a single buyer even purchased the majority of Sweden for $50k in total.
Virtual land sales remain on a healthy uptrend as shown in Decentraland’s annual real estate report. With the recent developments, it is safe to say that virtual lands remain hot in demand this year.