Dvision Network Announces Second Land Sale on Dvision Marketplace and OpenSea
The second sale of LAND NFTs for Dvision Network is scheduled for January 27. It’s another opportunity for users to own space in the Dvision Meta-Cities, two of which will open with the most recent LAND sale. LAND NFTs will be sold on two platforms, the Dvision Marketplace and OpenSea, where users can purchase the NFTs using MATIC tokens.
In this iteration of the Dvision LAND sale, a total of 4,651 NFTs will be put up for sale, evenly split between the two NFT marketplaces. Users can buy these NFTs at the lowest possible prices as Dvision LAND NFTs are known to grow up to 4 times their resale value once they are in circulation, according to previous LAND Sale numbers. It also allows users to fully participate in the Dvision metaverse, where they can turn their lots into a profitable venture.
Dvision launches LAND on two blockchains
The first Dvision Network LAND sale took place last year and was hosted on the Binance Smart Chain. This time, the project has turned it into a multi-chain venture, where the NFTs will now be compatible with the ERC-721 standard on Polygon Network. All NFTs will be minted on the Polygon ecosystem, hence the use of MATIC as a purchase token in both the Dvision and OpenSea markets.
Dvision LAND NFTs are selling for $120 per pack, at a 20% premium over the price of the previous sale. 2,329 LAND will go on sale on the Dvision Marketplace and 2,322 LAND will be sold on OpenSea.
The allocated LAND NFTs for the second sale are for two new, yet to be opened, Meta-Cities; Tokyo and London. They are the 3rd and 4th of 10 Meta-Cities that will be available in the Dvision metaverse. LAND are limited in the metaverse, making them infinitely more valuable once sold.
Project Galaxy joins Dvision
Dvision Network has announced Project Galaxy as its newest partner project. These partner projects will be allocated LAND NFT of the reserved 20% under the terms of the Dvision Polygon Partner LAND NFT Grant Program. This enables the partner projects to start developing in the metaverse. In the case of Project Galaxy, they will create specific use cases for the NFTs.
“With Project Galaxy’s valuable experience and professional background, we are confident that we can integrate with them on the multiple high-level aspects, encouraging them to create the best user experience and design as many custom NFTs as possible with different usage scenarios within our expanded reality,” said Boburjon Muydinov, Head of Business Development at Dvision Network.
The Polygon LAND Grant program aims to bring strategic Polygon-based partners on board the Dvision metaverse. Dvision then assigns a portion of LAND NFTs to these projects to have them developed in the metaverse. These projects will be able to create games, NFTs, Web 3.0 and other valuable content on the metaverse. As time goes by, Dvision Network will embark on more Polygon-based projects to promote ecosystem growth.