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The Sandbox surpasses 2 million users and partners with K-pop


There are 200 tasks that players can do for a chance to win an Alpha Pass NFT, which can be worth up to 1,000 SAND (about $3,000 at current prices).

There are now more than 2 million people who have signed up for Sandbox’s NFT investing behemoth during its play-to-earn season two alpha launch.

This is the first time anyone has seen the game, which is based on NFTs and its SAND coin, in more than four years. The game’s first season one alpha will be released in late November 2021, and the current peek comes just a few months after that.

“Season two” of NFT started Thursday, and users can now freely explore 35 different virtual worlds, including a peek at the “Snoopverse,” which was made with the help of a well-known artist and NFT advocate, Snoop Dogg.

At the current prices, the Alpha Pass NFT can be worth up to 1,000 SAND, or about $3,000 in-game currency. If you complete 200 missions, you have a chance to win it.

The Sandbox plans to move forward with the project in stages. According to the Sandbox’s 2022 timeline, a decentralized autonomous organization will be set up next quarter, giving holders of SAND, virtual land, and avatars voting rights.

There are a lot of big brands that work with The Sandbox, like Warner Music, The Walking Dead, Snoop Dogg, and Deadmau5, to name a few. This could be a big factor in the game’s early success.

Price: Sand has dropped 5% in the last 24 hours to $3.05. It doesn’t look like prices have changed because people are excited about the season two alpha. It has lost more than 24% in the last 30 days and is down 64% from its all-time high three months ago.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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