Sale of Metaverse Sin City game plots to begin December 27, 2021


United Arab Emirates, Dubai, December 21, 2021 – Get rich, get infamous, become a hub in ranked R metaverse’s winning game, Sin City. We are delighted to announce that the long-awaited initial sale of the Sin City land will go live on December 27, 2021.

Sin City will now open its doors to players who want to immerse themselves in a universe where they can not only build the empire of their dreams, but also earn cryptocurrency at the same time. The Sin City game is unlike any other you have encountered. This expansive adult-themed metaverse game, dubbed GTA on the blockchain, will make available 15,000 plots of land with each neighborhood comprised of distinctive properties for sale.

The plots will measure 10 by 10 meters (approximately 32.81 square feet) in 17 districts, each of which contains unique features and resources that can be used for gaming and income generation purposes. Landowners in these districts benefit as much as these districts are cultivated to mine in-game items and earn SIN tokens.

Due to increasing demand for Sin City’s staking pools, a whitelisted early access sale of 2,100 plots will be completed within 48 hours. The sale comes with a discount of 3,000 and the only currency accepted is the SIN token on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) network.

Meanwhile, the public sale begins on December 29 with 1,000 plots available at the rate of 4,000 SIN. Plots of land in four districts can be purchased during the initial land sale and if an individual has successfully staked one of the three staking pools launched in November and has met the minimum criteria, he or she will be successfully registered. on the whitelist.

The results of the whitelist will be published shortly and will offer users the option of purchasing land. The price and instruction guide on how to buy land will be released on December 21, 2021. The land will be sold directly from the Sin City market map, where users can select the land they want. to buy.

Immerse yourself in the world of Sin City

In Sin City, one of the characteristics to watch out for is the level of risk involved in each of the neighborhoods: high security, low security, and zero security zones.

A high security secure area allows you to move freely without fear of being attacked by other players. If you are assaulted, expect authorities to show up in the blink of an eye to protect you and lock up the offender.

Spaces in low security areas are controlled by factions and gangs and it will be a brutal affair. This implies that they will only protect their territory but not the entire region, and other groups may try to take over the fortress, but it will not be easy. The advantage is that since the risks are minor, the rewards are also higher compared to the high security security zone.

Finally, there are also zero safety zones where there are no rules, no laws. It’s just a big battlefield. In this area, expect to see gang wars in all directions as players fight to protect their Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and pick up the pockets of the players they’ve taken down. It’s a high risk area, but the rewards are huge.

In addition, it is very important to note that in any district there will be different ways of generating income for landowners. As land is scarce and will be a passive income generator, it is expected that these plots or plots of land will be in high demand.

Below are the four neighborhoods that will be available for sale during the first land sale on December 27, 2021.

The band

The Strip is considered a high net worth area which is a safe area for players who want an area they can move around freely. The Strip is very unique and will be home to the biggest casinos in the Metaverse, all provided by various sponsors.

Landowners can build separate hotels, upscale clubs, and even charge entry there. More so, players will be able to mine valuable resources that can be exchanged for in-game items, such as designer watches for your in-game characters.

It is expected that it will be a highly social environment where users are likely to build their penthouse suites to party with their friends after a big casino win.

The cartel district

The Cartel Quarter is run by gangs, which means it is a low security area. Here you will meet some of the worst people you will ever meet, and players can gather vital resources such as plants to create drug farms.

These can all be grown by landowners and sold to various vendors to generate a good yield. Additionally, players use drugs to briefly boost their health stats due to the scarcity of land in the Cartel District. Indeed, there will be a high demand and numerous shootings for the various drug farms available.

It will also be possible to kill NPC characters who will drop weapons and illegal drugs, which can be sold in the market.

Chinese district

The Chinatown area will feature authentic Far Eastern housing and will also be a hotbed of fraud and corruption. It is considered a low security area that will be run by gangs, primarily the Triads. No one can trust this region and it will be home to the entire ecosystem’s most valuable asset.

Red light district

This neighborhood is the first adult entertainment district on the blockchain. This place can be explored anonymously through video chats, adult movie stars, swingers clubs, brothels and more. Only real PIMPs make money here.

Although considered a safe zone, land prices in this zone are likely to be high. Players who log in here can receive temporary boosts for their characters and it will be a highly social environment with blockchain technology allowing adult artists to own their content through NFT, which is the heart of this neighborhood.

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