Facebook sells small plot of land in Metaverse for up to $ 2.4 million
Decentraland Artificial Real Estate was recently sold for $ 2.4 million to Tokens.com buyers using MANA digital money. The real estate company in the Metaverse world is gaining popularity since Facebook changed its name to Meta, even as Adidas entered the industry. In fact, real estate firm Decentraland has sold its land for up to $ 2.4 million, according to Reuters.
It should be noted that Decentraland is an online world called “metaverse”, a new creative living space where people have avatar, land, buildings and shops. Following the sale of the land, a Decentraland spokesman and report from Tokens.com said Tokens.com, a subsidiary of the Metaverse Group, bought about 600,000 MANA properties on Monday for about $ 2.4 million at the time (now this money is still rising).
The land is located on “Fashion Street” on a map of Decentraland, and Tokens.com bought it to host a digital fashion event and sell virtual costumes for the characters who live there as avatars. The artificial land also has 116 plots, each with a size of 16 square meters, a total area of about 1,850 square meters. For more than $ 2.4 million, he bought the land divided into small pieces. Up to 116 lots, each plot is 52.5 square feet, which is equivalent to 4.8 square meters, so the total land area is 6,090 square feet, equivalent to 565.77 square meters.
Also, note that Decentraland Land, which operates the Blockchain, is deposited with a type of electronic currency (Cryptocurrency).