The DecentWorld metaverse takes NFT use cases to the next level by being the first to recreate the real world in the shape of NFTs, opening it up to the digital community.
In the past few years, non-fungible tokens or NFTs have gained a real momentum. Up to now, the favored use cases for NFTs had been for creating collectibles, NFT art, and unique gaming elements. The innovative blockchain technology itself has not been the deciding factor for the success of NFTs, but rather the communities that have emerged around them.
Some believe that the long-term-relevance of NFTs will depend on whether they have enduring value and utility. Thanks to their non-fungible nature, NFTs particularly appeal to collectors and fans. However, the technology extends far beyond this dimension, enabling new commerce and brand engagement opportunities to be unlocked.
The DecentWorld creative team has a positive outlook for the future of the metaverse, which would itself be impossible without NFT technology.
"The metaverse is a cutting-edge technology, and many aspects are still not fully developed, like hardware. While developing a metaverse, you need to keep a long-term perspective in mind. We are not building for tomorrow, but for years, decades ahead," the team emphasized.
Unlike competing metaverses, DecentWorld chose not to create a new fantasy digital world, but to focus on the real world instead. Apart from creating NFT-based collectibles, the creative team envisioned a new use case for NFTs – the virtual ownership of real-world assets.
"By definition, the metaverse can only be one, yes? In that case, this perspective naturally leads us to create something, not like a fictional land, but something real - a replica version of our planet Earth," the DecentWorld team explained.