The Metaverse’s Largest Virtual Land Sale Raises $5 Million
Curzio Research, a financial publishing company, has announced the purchase of a large plot of virtual land in TCG World, a metaverse. They spent $5 million on the acquisition. This surpassed the previous high-water mark of $4.3 million for a plot in the Sandbox.
The TCG World metaverse is a relatively unknown moniker. Curzio Research, the virtual land buyer, didn’t appear to mind. The firm has secured 19 commercial real estate parcels in TCG’s metaverse. 12 City 128m × 128m plots and 7 City 256m x 256m plots were purchased for $5 million.
To Date, the Largest Virtual Land Sale
According to Curzio Research, this will be the largest virtual land sale ever. TCG will receive cash as well as Curzio Research security tokens in exchange. The tokens indicate a share of the company’s ownership. Frank Curzio founded Curzio Research.
“The metaverse is the internet as it was meant to be.”
Individuals can create and own their digital material in a decentralized, Permissionless environment.
According to the research, TCG World had all of the characteristics — gamification, entertainment, social, and business – to establish a fully open metaverse. Its minimal charge structure also encourages consumers and developers to innovate. Curzio Research has chosen to be a part of TCG World’s Asia area. It will establish its headquarters in the vicinity of WallStreetBets.
Curzio VIP members can meet with other investors here. Members can also attend live events, listen to exclusive Wall Street Unplugged podcasts, participate in informative seminars, and network with other investors. Curzio intends to finish its Research HQ in time for the official TCG World launch. This is anticipated to happen in September 2022.
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