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SHIB Unveils Another Metaverse Artwork Concept

SHIB Unveils Another

The well-known meme token Shiba Inu (SHIB) is broadening the scope of its applications with its recent foray into the metaverse. 

SHIB's official Twitter account revealed another glitzy artwork concept for its Rocket Pond metaverse project.

Earlier on, the official metaverse SHIB account asked the crypto community what they would like to do or see in Rocket Pond while also offering a more in-depth look at the concept sketches and materials that inspired the project.

The Shiba Inu metaverse project intends to depict the community's history. In addition, the project intends to include a virtual location for the Shib Army community to call home. SHIB partnered with "THE THIRD FLOOR" (TTF), a renowned visualisation company, to build an immersive environment based on the Shibu community's preferences.

According to an official blog post, the atmosphere at Rocket Pond is reminiscent of a mountainside resort, the YMCA, or a KOA campsite, with a mix of contemporary comforts and tourist attractions. Animal life coexists with crystal-clear waterways and mountain-rising resort structures.

Rocket Pond was inspired by the Monument to the Conquerors of Space in Moscow as well as four other parks in the United States. The US villages include Heavenly Village, Cape Canaveral, Lake Tahoe, and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.

The SHIB metaverse will feature 100,595 plots of land that users may mint. Landowners can earn passive money from their fields while also collecting in-game materials and generating rewards. The creators also want to incorporate a payment method and ensure that participants have a private place to build and maintain.

SHIB is the ninth largest altcoin, excluding Bitcoin and stablecoins, with a market worth of more than $6 billion. At the time writing, the Shib price is trading at $0.00001177, down 2.3% in the past 24 hours and 9.36% in the last seven days.

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