The NFT space receives yet another major boost as Enjin (ENJ), in partnership with Virtual Worlds, has disclosed plans to mint replicas of the Egyptian pyramids as NFTs.
Enjin (ENJ) is well-known as a top-notch platform for NFT and blockchain gaming. Virtual Worlds, on the other hand, has over 20 years of experience in creating digital replicas of historical artifacts. Together, both platforms will bring to life digital replicas of the Egyptian pyramids as NFTs.
According to a press release, Virtual Worlds will commence the production of a limited-edition NFT set depicting historical monuments like the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Great Sphinx of Egypt. Once completed, NFT enthusiasts will be able to own digital replicas of these wonders as well as adorn their virtual homes in Virtual World’s platform with them.
We are proud to welcome Virtual Worlds to the Enjin ecosystem! 🗺️
With experience digitizing historic landmarks like the Great Sphinx of Giza, Virtual Worlds will be creating #NFTs that enable you to experience history in entirely new ways.
— Enjin (@enjin) June 17, 2021
More on the Partnership
The partnership between Enjin (ENJ) and Virtual Worlds is one-of-a-kind. This is because it will be the first-ever collaboration to bring non-fungible tokens to the world of digitized historical landmarks. To some extent, bringing to life interactions with unique, ancient artifacts. Virtual Worlds is known for creating accurate matching digital twins of historical artifacts. It does this by employing Unreal Engine and Enjin, as well as 60K-definition photogrammetry scans.
For now, the partnership will involve treasure hunts where participants can receive NFT artifacts which will be sent to their wallets via Enjin’s smart contracts. The treasure hunts will project a 3D environment rich with artifacts like chariots, sarcophagi, statues, scepters, etc.
Speaking on the partnership, Elliott Mizroch, CEO of Virtual Worlds, revealed that Virtual Worlds was “[…] bringing the world’s most important artifacts and monuments to a new digital ecosystem.” This, in turn, will help preserve these artifacts and make them more accessible globally.
Mizroch further added this move will not be possible without the top-notch support from Enjin. Apart from creating digital replicas of historical artifacts, the partnership will also help “[…] organize virtual events such as concerts and art shows within these virtual environments.” Also, all cross-chain NFTs won during Virtual World’s experience can be easily traded on Enjin marketplaces like JumpNet. Other supported chains include Polkadot, Ethereum, and Efinity.
Maxim Blagov, CEO of Enjin, also spoke highly of the partnership with Virtual Worlds. He disclosed, “Virtual Worlds is bridging the best of 3D graphics and user experience through NFTs.”
About Enjin And Virtual Worlds
Enjin is known for being a development platform for scalable and interoperable decentralized technology ecosystems. Its product suite, consisting of Enjin wallet, Marketplace, Beam, and JumpNet, also facilitates the easy buying, selling, holding, and distribution of NFTs. Its products are widely employed in the blockchain-gaming sphere.
Virtual Worlds, on the other hand, is known for its realistic 3D environments. With over 20 years of experience, it has worked with top entertainment companies like Disney, Netflix, National Geographic, Discovery channel, etc.
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