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⭐️ NEAR Forum ⭕️ https://gov.near.org
The Auction is a secondary marketplace for NFTs, which is launched to the public with simple English-style NEP-171 auctions for NFTs, such as those created on the Paras and Mintbase platforms or the TenK Bay projects. The seller sets the starting price, and interested collectors can bid throughout The Auction. The Auction website is designed to be simple, easy to use, and accessible without requiring knowledge of web3 technology. If you have a NEAR wallet, you can participate in auctions. If you have NFTs in your NEAR wallet, you can auction them in just a few clicks.
This innovation in the NFT secondary market has several benefits that will allow collectors to get the total value of their NFT investment. Collectors can compete in auctions for their favorite collections and rare items. Auctions will help balance inflated prices and provide more competitive prices. Auctions will increase the liquidity of the NEAR ecosystem, and creators will have more opportunities to receive royalties for their original works.
After the initial launch, the development team continues to work tirelessly on additional features. Auction plans to support Aurora and eventually support Ethereum.
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The Future of Cryptocurrency and the Metaverse
The Metaverse is a blockchain-based virtual world that lets users create, own, and trade virtual assets. This unique system allows users to customize their spaceship and explore an expansive universe. Players can also join factions to find and create new worlds. A number of cryptocurrency offerings have been created to help users in the Metaverse.
The Metaverse was first introduced by Neal Stephenson in 1992, and since then, it has evolved through virtual reality, augmented reality, and cryptocurrency. Virtual reality was introduced in Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, which became a successful movie in 2018. Facebook acquired the virtual reality platform and hardware company Oculus in 2014.
Facebook’s efforts to develop the Metaverse have attracted considerable criticism, especially in regards to its policies on privacy and security. There have also been many reports of fake news and hate speech involving the Facebook platform. In response to these concerns, Facebook has promised to manage its metaverse responsibly. It has also said it plans to collaborate with external firms in building the Metaverse. However, some critics are skeptical.
Facebook’s recent announcement about the Metaverse has sparked public interest. The concept has the potential to unlock many possibilities, but ultimately, the future of the Metaverse lies in the hands of the users themselves. With this technology, users will be able to turn digital assets into play-to-earn games, invest in non-fungible tokens, and trade them. To achieve this, the blockchain behind the Metaverse will need to confirm, secure, and support the transaction of these digital assets.