Enjin and MetaverseMe are cooperating to bring virtual fashion items to the Ethereum blockchain, creating a series of tradable non-fungible tokens that represent the clothing of the Metaverse avatars.
Enjin will provide an infrastructure framework for hosting NFTs, which can then be visualized in MetaverseMe, which is an augmented reality platform that allows users to create customized avatars and view their interactions with the real-world environment. Avatars can wear various fashion items, and users can prove their possession of these items through the Ethereum blockchain.
A showcase of the main features of the MetaverseMe app
The first collection offered on the platform is named Pluriform, and it is designed through a collaboration with design studio The Fabricant and gaming company Atari, which recently cooperated with Enjin. The collection will be available until February 28, after which all unsold NFTs will be destroyed to ensure its uniqueness.
In addition to visualizing the collection in the MetaverseMe application, the NFTs and their underlying items will also be used in other virtual worlds which are part of the metaverse - Enjin’s initiative to connect individual videogames to the collective virtual world. These include Atari's intellectual property, such as the rebooted classic "Kick Off", and Minecraft attributed to Enjin's plug-in.
Enjin's token has recently received regulatory approval from the Japanese authorities, which had a significant impact on its price.