• 14 July, 2024
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Gaming Company Animoca Brands Launches PFP NFT Mocaverse

In order to further support the company’s ecosystem of Web3 and metaverse-centric initiatives, Animoca Brands has released Mocaverse, its official PFP NFT collection. The Hong Kong firm is pioneering IP protections in the open metaverse and gaming industry.

The Mocaverse is home to 8,888 NFTs of characters known as Mocas. These Mocas are divided into the following five tribes: Dreamers, Builders, Angels, and Connectors. Each of the tribes exemplifies the different but complementary identities of Web3’s innovators.

Mocaverse will have four primary areas of functionality, which will be referred to as realms. These realms will symbolize the collection’s four primary pillars, which are learn, play, construct, and do good. Users will be able to communicate with one another, learn new things, and contribute to the overall development of the community via the realms.

Owners of Mocas will have access to a variety of membership advantages, some of which include chances for learning together, such as masterclasses and AMAs with industry experts; opportunities to play together, such as game passes and unique in-game assets; opportunities to develop together, such as an accelerator program; and opportunities to do good together, such as organizing and giving to social causes.

According to Animoca, Mocaverse will strengthen the interdependencies and cohesion of this dispersed ecosystem by bringing together the industry’s top developers, thought leaders, and early adopters to foster innovation, new content creation, and the expansion of a mutually beneficial Web3 community.

Yat Siu, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Animoca Brands, said:

“Mocaverse is an opportunity to create a tighter and more synergistic community as we strengthen the connections between our teams and portfolio, and create new ways to build the next great projects and platforms.”

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