Bit2ME launches Pokémon Go-style cryptocurrency hunt in the metaverse

Bit2ME lança caça às criptomoedas no metaverso ao estilo Pokémon Go

The Spanish cryptocurrency platform, Bit2ME, has launched its first action on the metaverse at the hands of OVR, creator of a virtual replica of the planet. This company simplifies the use of the metaverse to a cell phone (with internet connection), but also allows access through augmented reality (AR) glasses.

This way, users of the OVR metaverse, as reported by the newspaper Negócios, can fetch up to 150,000 units of utility tokens from the real world using their smartphones, an operation already known by players of some games such as Pokémon Go, although this time the experience in the virtual world is even more immersive, due to the augmented reality glasses.

When asked about the distribution algorithm for these tokens, and if it is possible to pinpoint the number of these cryptoactive tokens for Portugal, an official source said "that this distribution is random, so there is no fixed number of tokens per market.

This initiative by the first exchange to be licensed by the Bank of Spain thus adds yet another tool in a community of some 27,500 digital land owners and over 778,000 NFT (non-fungible tokens), surpassing platforms such as Decentraland or Sandbox.

The game is available to anyone with European nationality and residing in any country of the European Union until March 24.

For Koh Onozawa, CEO of B2M, "the agreement with OVR reflects Bit2Me's commitment to the development of the metaverse and Web 3.0.

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