- A virtual world run on open standards
A virtual world that runs on open standards.
Decentraland is a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain. Users can create, experience, and monetize content and applications
Introducing the Decentraland SDK Alpha. The tools and support you need to pioneer Genesis City.
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For the past decade, land has been a hot cake for every individual. Each one of us wants to own a land, if not for anything you want to owe it just to build yourself a house, company, or any other thing that seem to please you. The introduction of blockchain technology have made it possible for one to own a land in a virtual living world to do whatever you want to do with it on Decentraland
Blockchain technology has brought us many things;if put on a scale, you will find that the pros greatly outweigh the cons. This technology has found its way into various aspects of our lives and Decentraland brings us a virtual reality platform that leverages the benefits.
Decentraland is a Virtual Reality platform where investors can discover and purchase plots of land and build their desired attractions or assets. These virtual assets are monetized and earn the owners Decentraland’s native cryptocurrency, MANA.
Decentraland is a decentralized Ethereum-based platform created by the duo of Ari Meilich and Esteban Ordano with the purpose of bridging the gap between blockchain and immersive Virtual Reality. In other words, it is created to bring blockchain technology into the virtual world which will allow individuals to monetize virtual estates (digital version of real estate) and to claim ownership of virtual properties.
If you’ve kept up with developments in cryptocurrency or virtual reality, you may have heard of Decentraland. Decentraland is described as a decentralized virtual world. But given this description, it may not be obvious what exactly a decentralized virtual world is or whether it is worth contributing to. This article will explore Decentraland since it’s become one of the more popular “game” ideas out there.
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