Dvision Network 2nd LAND Sale on Polygon via its native market and OpenSea is here By CoinQuora

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  • Dvision Network is set to conduct the 2nd sale of LAND on Polygon Mainnet.
  • LAND NFTs will be split evenly for sale on Dvision Marketplace and OpenSea.
  • The LAND sale is set to launch on January 27 at 11:00 UTC.

Blockchain-based NFT metaverse, Dvision Network announces that it is ready to make the 2nd sale of LAND on Polygon Mainnet. To that end, Dvision Network has announced that it will fairly distribute LAND NFTs, which are critical units in meta cities, for sale in its native Dvision and OpenSea marketplace on January 27 at 1:00 p.m. UTC.

In detail, through the 2nd LAND sale on OpenSea and Dvision Marketplace, Dvision announces that it will sell approximately 4,651 LAND lots, split evenly between the two platforms for fair participation practices. LANDs will be sold in MATIC tokens, with all transactions taking place on the Polygon mainnet.

Additionally, Dvision Network chose to integrate the most valuable NFTs into its recently launched Play-2-Earn idea to reward users for their efforts in the metaverse. Accordingly, each Meta-LANDs City will be divided into 40/40/20 groups. To deliberate on the structure of LANDs and the concept of meta-cities, Boburjon Muydinov, Head of Business Development at Dvision Network, recently joined the live interview session with award-winning journalist, author and futurist Paul Barron, where they revealed the crucial facts and insights regarding LAND’s upcoming 2nd Sale on Polygon Ecosystem.

According to the official release, the Dvision network presents a world, where each Meta-City LAND, which serves as a link to connect up to 20 different Meta-Cities via the Central Warp Tower, is divided into three main categories. 40% of the LAND bundles are dedicated to users who purchased LAND NFTs through the LAND sale, while 40% are dedicated to Play-to-Earn rewards for users.

The remaining 20% ​​is dedicated to Dvision and its partners to bring the most cutting-edge and interesting content to users. Revealing the reason for the 2nd LAND sale, Dvision tells CoinQuora that the sale is being held to distribute LAND NFTs from Tokyo and London meta cities, which are the 3rd and 4th meta cities in its metaverse respectively.

Additionally, all ecosystem-related stocks will be placed in markets supported by Polygon’s native channel to attract more virtual visitors who primarily use the network.

Unlike the first LAND sale which was supported by Binance Smart Chain (BEP-721), this 2nd LAND sale will be available under the ERC-721 standard. Additionally, ERC-721 compatible LAND NFTs will be minted on Polygon Mainnet, becoming the second network for LANDs next to the BSC.

To attract outstanding partners, Dvision has launched a “Polygon LAND NFT Grant Program” in collaboration with Polygon Studios to create a room for teams of Web 3.0 developers to produce games, NFTs, Web 3.0 products, and a variety of other useful content. in the Dvision metaverse.

In fact, Polygon Studios was one of the first to receive a land allocation of 20% of management-owned land on Dvision Metaverse for brand-specific content development. Additionally, Dvision announced that another project in the pipeline to receive the LAND NFT grant is Project Galaxy – Decentralized Data Sharing Network, which recently closed its funding round co-led by Multicoin Capital and Dragonfly Capital for $10 in funding. million USD. Specifically, all NFT LANDs will be connected in the future by native bridges, allowing the unlimited transfer of digital properties between multiple chains. Additionally, Dvision Network plans to continue onboarding Polygon partners through the LAND NFT mutual grant program.

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