On Dec. 1, 2021, The SolaVerse started to reward its nonfungible token (NFT) holders with token rewards. SOLA-STAR NFTs are still available on the main website, with 60% of the supply already minted. You can mint a SOLA-STAR, register on the Dashboard, and start claiming your rewards today.
The swell of recent investment in the metaverse has propelled projects, such as The Sandbox, Decentraland and many others to new heights, laying a path for future metaverse titans. The SolaVerse couples the limitless wonder of the stars to the unlimited potential of the metaverse, providing endless opportunities for exploration, community and, of course, rewards in the final frontier.
“The SolaVerse is becoming a full scale metaverse, based in space. Ever wanted to own your own galaxy or solar system and decide the rules and reap the rewards of deals that happen in your milky way? This might be the first chance you’ll have at fulfilling your dream. On top of owning a rare virtual and spatial NFT, any activity that takes place in a owner’s space will provide them with token rewards simply by holding and staking it. By holding a SOLA-STAR you will earn token rewards for staking your NFT, and for players playing within your SOLA-SYSTEM. On top of that, you’ll gain access to exclusive private events and countless more benefits.”
With the release of its white paper and upcoming reveal, The SolaVerse seems destined for greatness. In just eight weeks, it has built a following of over 40,000 followers on Twitter and 10,000 members on Discord, and the community seems to be growing by the day. Once the remaining 900 NFTs are minted, the reveal will happen on OpenSea and on The SolaVerse website.
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