Zetly plans to develop a full Metaverse for fans to interact with objects in the physical world, like buying merchandise, which can be used to scan a playing arena, access NFTs, or play P2E games.
State-of-the-art sports platform Zetly has announced a new pilot programme which will see it offering a turnkey metaverse solution to sports teams around the world.
The Take It auction style was designed to create an experience where users can participate in an auction for the specific NFT they desire and if they do participate but end up not ‘winning’ the NFT, the amount they paid is returned along with a ~6.6% profit.
Zetly is a next generation “all in one sports platform” that bridges the gap between physical sports and the digital world by fueling fan engagement via digital collectibles, NFTs, club tokens and more.
DappRadar’s August report found that gaming made up 51% of all blockchain activity, but it found that the total value locked in DeFi has shrunk 70% this year alone.
For Haste’s Take It NFT platform’s “Take It Drops,” instead of simply buying an NFT and listing for resale, the initial “Drop” lasts for 24-72 hours where the NFTs can be “Taken.”
On August 22, gaming platform Haste Arcade launched Darko, a new interactive point and click gaming series that puts the player in a first-person view.
Blockchain-based sports platform Zetly has announced a new partnership with Haste Arcade, with the two groups working together to bring the sports metaverse to life on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Micropayments are set to disrupt the current revenue models in the gaming space, an area within gaming that is in dire need of a rehaul.
Haste co-founder Jo DePinto talked to David Capablanca on the Friendly Bear podcast about Web 3.0, micropayments, Bitcoin SV, and more.
BSV thought leader Joshua Henslee paints a picture of utter carnage in the digital currency industry with the recent crackdowns on popular exchanges, lending platforms, and other companies.