After a triumphant presale, the distinguished South Korean metaverse project, ZepetoX ZTX, has unveiled the debut of its eagerly awaited ZTX Genesis Home Mint, collaborating with OpenSea.
Founded in 2018, the parent company of ZTX, the ZEPETO mobile metaverse platform, boasts an impressive roster of over 400 million users. It stands as Asia’s leading “Web2” metaverse platform based on active user count. On the global stage, it’s the fourth most prominent metaverse platform, following big names such as Roblox, Fortnite, and Minecraft.
ZTX introduces a Web3 digital universe designed to empower creators and their communities.
The platform is developing a 3D open-world environment where participants can engage in social interactions, gaming, decision-making, and economic activities. Within this digital landscape, users have the freedom to craft, exchange, and monetize digital assets.
ZTX expands beyond a static layout, encompassing a vast expanse of Districts owned by the community and lands owned by individual users. These Districts span various categories such as Fashion, Games, Finance, and Arts, each housing its unique Genesis homes.
After successfully concluding its presale, which began on August 8, ZTX’s mission focuses on rewarding both the wider Community and individual Creators.
The vision is to empower members of the community with distinct tiers of governance, individual expression, and various incentives.
These incentives aim to honor the early backers and champions of ZTX, whose significant contributions have been instrumental in enriching the ecosystem with valuable creator content.
“We are thrilled to unveil the inaugural mint of our ecosystem. The array of advantages catered to the community and creators through these Genesis Homes underscore our dedication to appreciating our devoted users and developers,” remarked Chris Jang, the co-CEO of ZTX.
The Genesis Homes, acting as digital collectibles, are crafted to provide sustained opportunities for creative minds.
Such opportunities encompass building relationships with a broad spectrum of fans and communities and accumulating a range of on-chain incentives, grants, and initiatives to support their creative pursuits.
ZTX’s Upcoming Genesis Home Mint on Arbitrum
Set for August 30 on Arbitrum, ZTX is gearing up for the debut of its Genesis Home Mint.
This significant event marks the onset of the ZTX ecosystem’s expansion, giving early enthusiasts a chance to secure the groundbreaking ZTX digital item: District Homes.
These interactive in-game assets are not only customizable but also enhance the overall gaming experience, granting access to the four distinct ZTX Districts: Arts, Financial, Games, and Fashion.
Included in the collection are 4,000 exclusive District Home NFTs, each corresponding to one of the four ZTX Districts. Ownership of these NFTs will pave the way for users to access future launches, exclusive events, and advanced in-game features.
These homes offer more than just inherent value; they embed functional features within the app. Users can customize their spaces, display art or other content, and organize social gatherings.
Furthermore, these NFTs grant holders decision-making rights within the community treasuries of the four ZTX Districts.
Given the limited number of 4,000 District Homes, the minting process has been carefully orchestrated. ZTX’s intent is to ensure these homes reach committed community members and longstanding partners.
The minting procedure will be broken down into a 4-stage strategy. The initial three stages will involve curated lists (termed Home Lists) that encompass community members, collaborators, collectors, and KOLs. While the specifics of access may differ across these stages, the mint price will remain consistent.
Each District Home will be minted and paid for individually, with the exception of approximately 200 Homes designated for long-term treasury and promotional activities. Notably, partners or team members won’t receive any airdrops; these are set aside exclusively for dedicated buyers.
It’s important to highlight that there’s a set limit of 5 NFTs per wallet. This restriction applies specifically to the minting process and doesn’t extend to secondary market transactions.
Nonetheless, due to the stipulation of one wallet per stage, the probability of a single user acquiring 5 NFTs is relatively low. Especially considering that the mint could potentially be fully subscribed by the third stage.