Dvision Network to auction limited-edition NFTs on OpenSea

The blockchain-based virtual reality platform Dvision Network revealed on March 15 that it is planning to launch the pre-release of five limited-edition NFT characters.

Dvision to auction NFTs on OpenSea

The NFT characters are based on the avatars of known people within the cryptocurrency industry and are initially set to be launched by the end of March.

Dvision also stated that it will have an auction for the five NFT characters on popular NFT marketplace OpenSea. The nonfungible tokens will be sold one at a time.

Potential purchasers of the NFTs will be provided with the opportunity to receive additional incentives from Dvision Network, including DVI tokens, as well as exclusive access to receive NFT assets from the limited edition series that will be launched on the Dvision NFT marketplace. These NFT assets will be the significant aspect of the Dvision metaverse and can be traded by holders on primary and secondary markets, such as OpenSea.

Eom Jung-hyun, CEO of Dvision Network believes that NFT items will add additional elements to the Dvision gaming experience. “We intend to supply these sort of unique NFT items to the prospective Dvision Network users in order to add the fun elements to their gamified metaverse ecosystem experience and to let them play joyfully, surfing across the virtual reality and open world via the usage of the celebrity characters,” he noted in a statement.

NFTs have dominated the crypto space in recent months, with several artists making digital versions of their works using blockchain technology. This has led to record sales in recent weeks as many look to take the first-mover advantage in the sector.

With the NFT marketplace’s impending development, Dvision is set to integrate NFTs within its virtual reality ecosystem.

Dvision Network ecosystem is expanding

Dvision Network has experienced significant developments within its ecosystem in recent months. In January, the native token of Dvision Network, DVI, was listed on the popular digital custodian platform Coinbase Custody.

The listing was a major milestone for Dvision Network since Coinbase Custody is known for its strict screening process for the listing of new tokens. This was followed by a partnership with Tokyo-based blockchain software firm Curvegrid to foster the efforts of Dvision to power different chains.

In February, the DVI token was listed on the largest South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb with DVI/BTC trading pairs. Dvision Network is also set to be paired with the Korean won on Bithumb after leading a competition organized by the exchange, which ended on March 16. The DVI token will be added to the South Korean crypto market in three months’ time.

The DVI Network team is also working on achieving some of its roadmap’s key aspects, with more developments expected in the coming months.

About Dvision Network

Dvision Network is a virtual reality content ecosystem built on blockchain technology. It provides users a unique experience by deploying virtual reality and blockchain technology to produce an inclusive ecosystem for designers and businesses.

Dvision Network’s ecosystem consists of three major products, which include the NFT marketplace VR-Market, where users can create and sell NFT items. VR-Space is a platform that enables users to acquire virtual spaces and resell them for profits, while VR-City is an open VR world where users can interact with other users and move between different virtual spaces.

All these products are powered by the Dvision Network utility token DVI, which is listed on several exchanges, including Uniswap, Bithumb, Coinone and Hoo.

Content retrieved from: https://cointelegraph.com/press-releases/d vision-network-to-auction-limited-edition-nfts-on-opensea.

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