Users Can Now Add Holobuildings In Earth 2 Blockchain MMO
Now that blockchain MMOs are becoming a thing, let’s take a look at Earth 2, a “second Earth” metaverse MMO that allows players to buy and trade land in an exact virtual replica of our planet. It’s basically a real estate economic simulator that runs on E$ that can then be converted to the EARTH token with real-world value (currently at $0.0014 per token).
“Built on top of MapBox technology, we have created a geographically linked digital grid layer that spans across the entire planet allowing people to claim ownership of Virtual Land in the form of tiles. It is our vision that Virtual Land will increase in value over time based on demand, location and earning potential, much the same way that physical land does, so be sure to claim your own land in key locations around the world early on!”
The crypto game’s latest update introduces the ability to add virtual structures, or “holobuildings”, on top of owned land to make them more attractive to prospective buyers, and hopefully drive up the land tile’s price. Placing holobuildings on land tiles also has added benefits such as increasing resources on the entire parcel of land, decreased construction times, lower costs for storage buildings, and more efficient management of the game’s economic system.
More information about creating holobuildings and their uses can be found on the Earth 2 official site.
Warning: Even though Earth 2 runs on the Ethereum platform, please exercise caution and do extensive research before putting money into the game, or any other crypto game for that matter.