Developers of Alien Worlds Metaverse (AWM) announced a partnership Wednesday with the WAX blockchain that will enable artists to create NFTs as in-game giveaways to AWM players. The collaboration will allow creative-types to visit the Metaversal Art Space, which is an informal workspace on WAX blockchain, where NFTs can be created and sent to players for free through the end of the year.
According to the statement announcing the deal, creatives with an entrepreneurial bend can use this opportunity to build a player community around their own characters, art, music, tech, games, and projects by giving their NFTs to Alien Worlds players through EOSUSA Games Butler Service, where their work can become a part of the Metaverse, an image of the six-planet Alien Worlds Metaverse is pictured below.
This is a truly unique opportunity for unknown developers, musicians, artists, and creatives in general to share their content with more than 280 thousand daily gamers who use the Alien Worlds Metaverse. This collaboration among player communities and the Alien Worlds game may become the foundation of extending game mechanics to other communities as well.
The statement further notes that the goal for this strategic alliance is to extend the success of the Alien Worlds Metaverse to individuals who want to create and connect their NFT collections to other players, and possibly in-game use, making the Metaverse more useful and rewarding.
For individuals with no prior knowledge of NFTs, or with varying skill levels, they can be part of this innovative project by joining the Telegram Metaversal Art Space group and metaversalartspace.com website, where community members can help guide them through the process of creating and becoming involved in the initiative..
On The Flipside
- This is one of those rare stories with no downside, only upside. It truly is a “win-win” scenario for creatives looking for a platform to showcase their talents and players looking for cool-new metaverse stuff for free.
Why You Should Care?
If you know an artist, musician, graphic designer, programmer, or anyone who loves to create things – pass this article along to them, it could change their life!