The Metaverse platform collection, NFT Worlds, just hinted that the staking will soon go live. In their discord channel, the team informed the community that governance contracts were deployed. Now, they’re expecting a CertiK audit to be published by the weekend. After which, the staking will go live.
The NFT Worlds team also shared various smart contracts on their discord channel. This included staking, rental management and Polygon token governance.
What is NFT Worlds?
NFT Worlds is a non-profit collection of 10,000 unique Minecraft tokens that bills itself as “a fully decentralized, fully customisable, play-to-earn gaming platform.” Basically, each NFT contains a world seed – a piece of code that builds a Minecraft world. After purchasing NFTs, owners can call their seed from the token contract and insert it into Minecraft (which costs $27). In other words, they can create and enter their own world.
Moreover, you can run your own server if you want your world to be a metaverse destination, and the project claims to have “certified” builders on hand. Therefore, builders can assist NFT holders in building out their metaverse experiences.
According to a sign-up page, teams of builders must acquire a world at the floor price (currently $45,000) to demonstrate their seriousness in order to get verified.
The fundamental principles of the metaverse platforms — creating a seed, utilizing it in the official game, and paying for your own server—have long been available to anyone. This includes also people who want to play Minecraft online, with or without NFTs.
The team also created its own cryptocurrency, $WRLD. The plan is for $WRLD to be the plug-and-play money for all NFT Worlds. As a result, players may earn in bespoke “play-to-earn” games designed in Minecraft and used to pay world owners for a variety of things.