MixMob, Solana-based metaverse game, has raised $7 million in its latest investment round. This game is created on Remix Culture, which integrates play-to-earn with user-generated content.
Majorly, MixMob got funding from different renowned investment capital companies, such as Ascensive Assets, Not3lau Capital, IOSG amid other important individuals.
“This significant capital injection will give us the chance to get our strategic goals in the coming months,” said Simon Vieira, the platform’s CEO. He added: “The play-to-earn section does not show any signs of slowing down. “We surly think that MixMob will be successful with the innovative community.”
The metaverse game takes place in a world in which a demonic master AL has ruined human culture. Thus, players must do duties in order to bring back humanity.
MixMob sold out its official resistance masks, changeable NFTs successfully. These digital items act as the unique identities of the players in the metaverse. In addition, MixMob avatar holders get entry to special Discord channels, and initial entries to airdrops. All NFT holders automatically become members of the MixMob DAO.
Plus masks, players can get MixBots, pet NFTs which evolve based on their activities.
Presently, the first phase of MixMob concentrates on a strategy card racing game. As a result, the second phase will see the expansion of the game into a comprehensive, Fortnite-style world. However, the team is working on game mechanics and flows, containing tokenomics and land ownership.