- Moon is a new economic and social metaverse based on lunar exploration.
- Moon’s first-ever NFT land sale is launching today.
- 1,000 NFT land plots are going for sale, giving the chance for early joiners to gain a head start in the game.
Moon is an economic and social metaverse based on lunar exploration. The game allows players to acquire NFT land plots, develop a new world, drive its economy, and even uncover what mysteries lie at the dark side of the moon.
Moon’s first-ever collection of 1,000 NFT land plots is finally for sale today. Gain a head start by joining the Moon Metaverse during its private sale period. As a result, gain access to land that contains extremely rare and valuable resources.
126,000 virtual HEX NFT land plots make up Moon’s lunar surface. Each HEX allows owners to participate in Moon’s player-driven economy. Additionally, they can be bought, sold, rented, and developed by using Moon’s native token — MOON. Finally, the value of HEX is affected by economic, political, and militaristic events in the Moon space.
Moon allows players to control, develop, and expand their HEXs into full-functional communities in their own colonies.
Players can passively generate game tokens by acquiring NFT land. These lands can be home to a number of businesses with hundreds of players working and paying taxes to their owners. Each transaction that happens on a HEX generates an equal amount of revenue to its owner or landlord.
In Moon, players can earn MOON tokens through various in-game activities. These tokens can be held for long-term appreciation, sold on crypto exchanges, or fed back into the game to continue HEX development.
As the Moon ecosystem expands, so will the demand for its limited plots of land, in-game resources, and tools.
Players owning Moon’s NFT land plots will see their game open up with a wide range of possibilities to earn revenue. Now is the chance to be one of the first players to join the Moon metaverse.
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