Zipmex, a leading digital asset exchange based in Singapore, announced its upcoming “The Metaworld by Zixel,” which is a fully digital experience available to anyone.
Zixel by Zipmex introduces The Metaworld, the very first immersive metaverse exhibition in Southeast Asia ✨ coming to you from Bangkok, Thailand next week with free registration and access!— ZIPMEX (@zipmex) February 11, 2022
Register now 👉 https://t.co/TEd5VZzJkV#zixelnft #themetaworld #ZipmexThailand pic.twitter.com/ena6Scf3j1
As part of the “Metaworld” metaverse experience, users can expect:
- Into the Metaverse – At Game Station, users can discover the worlds of Decentraland and Thailand’s Brandverse where they can create, trade, and explore.
- Zixel NFT Gallery – Users can enjoy a ‘phygital’ experience with an IRL exhibition that displays Zixel’s NFTs. Using a variety of digital formats, visitors can explore the NFT art, internet culture, and innovative new concepts developed by local brands, creators, and artists.
- Zixel NFT Factory – Users can create, customize and collect their NFTs with Metaworld’s NFT Factory with Thailand’s first virtual influencer, Bangkok Naughty Boo. Users can create their virtual avatars from head to toe and collect them for free after signing up and linking their Metamask wallets.
- Crypto Arcade. Players can earn tokens, merch, and other prizes by playing-to-earn ‘gashapon’ machines.
It’s a totally virtual experience, and users can take part in a variety of activities based on their own preferences.
Anyone who is interested can participate by registering on the official Metaworld web page, choosing and booking a time and date that work for them.
The event is divided into slots of 20 minutes each, with a maximum of 40 participants per slot, probably to guarantee users a smooth and engaging experience.
Metaworld will be available starting this Thursday, 17th of February through the 20th of March.
Despite its relatively new nature, the metaverse is attracting companies from a variety of sectors, including big, medium, and small ones. In the last few days, Panera Bread has announced plans for its new ‘Paneraverse,’ and McDonald’s has filed ten trademark applications aiming to enter the metaverse, with both companies aiming to create virtual restaurants with real-life delivery.
In addition to companies, the metaverse has involved celebrities such as David Guetta in his virtual DJ party on Roblox, and Paris Hilton in her New Year’s Eve party on Roblox.