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Samsung unveils its own Metaverse 837X

Samsung unveils its own Metaverse 837X

Samsung, a South Korean company, announced its Metaverse, where users will be able to perform various quests, listen to live music, and win a limited number of NFTs. 

According to Samsung's press service, the virtual space is accessible even using any browser. While exploring the space, the player will need to perform a series of tasks, which reflect the company's perspective on the problems of ecology, individualization, and connectivity. The player will get a chance to win a few collectible NFT badges and receive collections of Samsung Decentraland, both of which are in limited editions. 

The company notes that the storage of collectible NFTs will require you to open your wallet with MetaMask.

The Metaverse itself is hosted in Decentraland, a decentralized virtual reality platform where participants can buy up various plots of land and develop them by creating their games, houses, chat rooms, in-game money, etc. 

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