A 28-hour treasure hunt for TMR.WORLD, a new metaverse project, was held for PLUR, a highly detailed 3D NFT project. Participants worked together to find encrypted easter eggs in each NFT image.
Following the treasure search, the neighborhood found another NFT inside of their PLUR Ape Club NFT. TMR.WORLD is the first project on the entire Ethereum blockchain to embed an NFT inside an NFT, as this new hidden NFT represents a plot of land there. The team has spent a great deal of time and energy developing and researching the project in order to highlight its prospective expansion rather than its financial success.
The team is excited to build the first metaverse, which will feature incredible graphics and limitless potential. The voxelization of game content and the socialization of gameplay are two directions that TMR.WORLD has identified that can be utilized after the project is formed. Game voxelization can successfully address R&D and content efficiency issues, allowing for a larger player base. Another approach to get beyond blockchain’s technical limitations is the socialization of gameplay, which PLUR can do by enhancing the social aspects of gaming.
“According to us, the gaming sector continues to offer the greatest opportunity in the Metaverse. However, there are still issues with Web3’s technical effectiveness, particularly with regard to high-concurrency data processing. In order to create a robust and vibrant ecosystem that can improve social interactions while supporting a larger player base, we hope to connect creators and gamers “Ejan, the founder of PLUR, remarked.
TMR.WORLD is anticipated to go live in the first half of 2023. The group is also planning to incorporate GameFi in the future, which would let users earn rewards and turn the metaverse into a play-to-win game.
PLUR will formally introduce its NFT collection of 8585 high-definition 3D apes, with free minting for the general public. On May 21, 2022, a Livestream on the REVEAL of PLUR was held, during which the team synced 216GB of picture resources to the blockchain, with an average NFT size of about 25.74MB. The easter egg event was launched the following week, resulting in the first ever decoded NFTs in Ethereum history.