MetaMundo, the first 3D NFT marketplace for acquiring metaverse settings and assets, including galleries, homes, concert halls, parks, parks, avatars, vehicles, and more. The marketplace on MetaMundo allows 3D designers, architects, and artists to sell their 3D scenes and assets directly to users of the metaverse as 3D NFTs.
The renowned NFT artist Dutchtide, the American modernist architect Luis Fernandez, and the metaverse architect Mila Lolli are just a few of the top 3D designers who collaborate with MetaMundo.
MetaMundo will begin with weekly curated NFTs drops at launch. Every one undergoes a thorough editorial interview
“The goal of MetaMundo is to enable a beautifully designed, open, interoperable, and 3D social internet that anybody can own and contribute to using blockchain technology. The marketplace launch is our organization’s initial significant step towards achieving this goal “said Finn Hansen, a co-founder of MetaMundo. “We have made it possible for metaverse users to amass high-quality 3D scenes—minted as NFTs—for use across numerous virtual settings for the first time.”
Dutchtide, a Dutch artist living in the Netherlands, created a Japanese Zen art gallery that is influenced by Brutalist architecture, and Luis Fernandez created a huge oceanfront mansion that is reminiscent of the architecture of Adolf Loos and Mies van der Rohe. The mansion will be offered for sale from an edition of 100, while the gallery will be auctioned as a 1/1 edition.
In order to address various issues with 3D files, the metaverse, and NFTs, MetaMundo created its own NFT on Ethereum that is particularly engineered for compatibility with 3D files and the metaverse. One NFT can contain several 3D files thanks to a configurable metadata format. A collection of 3D files compatible with Decentraland, The Sandbox, Cryptovoxels, Spatial, VRChat, and other platforms is included with each NFT sold on MetaMundo.
New 3D files that are compatible with developing metaverse environments can be gradually introduced to the NFT. The creator’s 3D file is taken by MetaMundo and placed through a conversion and optimization pipeline, producing many 3D files that are optimized for the metaverse.