TL; DR Breakdown
- KuCoin is exploring different innovations and has now embraced the virtual world in Bloktopia metaverse.
- Over 10million users are in for a beautiful experience with a variety of virtual options.
KuCoin Meta Office has announced that it’s creating a virtual reality skyscraper to give its users a phenomenal experience. The company will launch its digital offices in Bloktopia metaverse to allow customers access to different initiatives within the exchange.
For the first time in history, people can access crypto content in one place. The new project will allow the community to come together for a conversation in a virtual environment.
Launched in 2017, KuCoin has more than 10 million users. Last year, they lost almost $ 300 million to hackers before recovering most of the money.
Dipping in Bloktopia
Bloktopia consists of a 21 storey skyscraper where users can rent offices. They can also hold meetings and earn through real estate, advertising and many more.
KuCoin users can link with online furnishings, and they can accessorize cyberpunk too.
Through digital entertainment, users can have custom made Avatars to gain more knowledge. They can also play and build their thoughts through the virtual world. Furthermore, they can learn from pro-crypto minds.
Bloktopia allows users to get the ultimate VR and gigantic screen videos experience.
Just a month ago, KuCoin announced that they would list Bloktopia (BLOK). Trading began on 6th October at 15:00 UTC, while withdrawals started the next day at the same time. BLOK/USDT backs the trading pair.
The different levels of the skyscraper represent the total supply of 21 million Bitcoin (BTC).
Metaverse links two worlds, the physical and the virtual. The concept is still very new but gaining mainstream acceptance.
KuCoin CEO Johnny Lyu said the exchange has been exploring several blockchain options. The company plans to improve its users’ experience by establishing modern, more efficient, cheaper, and simple services.
Last week, Facebook announced its plans to join the metaverse. The company even rebranded to Meta, noting that its previous name did not encompass its vision anymore.
The founder believes it will reach 1 billion users within a decade. Microsoft and Nike are not far behind either as they have the same plans too.
As part of its plans, Microsoft changed their Teams and Xbox game console services. Nike is also looking forward to hiring a virtual shoe designer to realize its metaverse plans.