A number of NFT collectors have increased dramatically on Twitter, where they discuss their purchasing activities and offer business advice. Many of these collectors have also begun to use their significant audiences to release new projects. This is precisely what NFT insider Punk6529 did.
They lately went to Twitter to explain that their whole NFT series is currently available for viewing in a metaverse museum area, and everybody is invited.
Visitors to this vast area will have the chance to receive some of the world’s most expensive NFTs virtually. From Bored Apes, CryptoPunks, to ArtBlocks. This popular virtual museum area is set to be the starting point for a huge virtual city called ‘OM’. At full capacity, OM is planned to support a total of a virtual population of 100 million users.
The first area of many
OM, powered by universal Web3 OnCyber engine, is only part of a larger plan from Punk6529. Finally, the idea is to create an “Open Metaverse” so that everyone can enter and participate in building. The release of the 6529 Museum District marks the official entry of this project into the alpha phase.
As the name implies, Punk6529 and the rest of the project team plan to demonstrate this test launch to what OM hopes to turn into: an open, all-inclusive, community-built space on the metaverse. “I collect in public, I invest in public, and together we want to make OM public,” Punk6529 said in a statement on Twitter.
This open process of the building will contain the pieces that are exhibited in the 6529 Museum District. While part of the first raffle for visitors is to see some of the world’s most expensive NFTs on display, it is also supposed to be a place where guests can place NFTs from their series’ for others to see.
Now, about 2,000 NFTs on display belong to Punk6529 or other members of the project team. With the open-plan structure of the museum district, this number should just keep on to rise as more guests flock to the virtual space.