Sin City Metaverse Has Rebranded as Sinverse: Find More Details!
Sin City made the decision a few days ago to rebrand itself as SINVERSE in order to maintain its status as a distinct brand name and to prevent its community and potential new gamers from becoming confused because there was already another Syn City Metaverse.
At the Future Blockchain Summit at GiTEX (the world’s largest technology convention) in Dubai last year, the Sinverse project was officially unveiled in front of thousands of attendees. The launch was broadcast live to millions of virtual participants around the world, who witnessed the lightning-fast acquisition and closing of the Sinverse Initial DEX Offering on three launchpads (Equinox, Bullperks, and Redkite) using a virtual humanoid named Nox. This generated a great deal of excitement and attention among crypto enthusiasts. For our purposes, suffice it to say that Sinverse was among the most successful product releases of 2021.
The development team wasted no time after the launch in laying the groundwork for what would eventually become the largest and first Rated-R Mafia Metaverse ever created on the blockchain. While development was in full swing, the team sold off plots of land in four of Sinverse’s most divisive and dangerous virtual communities. After selling out in just two hours for a reported $3.5 million, the land sale made headlines across the cryptocurrency industry. In these first territories, the Sinverse game’s Alpha development began.
TDefi, a blockchain accelerator and advisor based in Dubai and Europe, is incubating the business with funding from Magnus Capital, Maven Capital, Grizzly Capital, and other renowned global venture firms.
The Sinverse Structure
Many web3 founders have entered the metaverse development arena as a result of the excitement around Facebook’s entry into the field and its subsequent name change to Meta. Almost immediately, developers of games began releasing whatever they deemed playable and acceptable to the growing crypto-gaming community.
Unfortunately, as of right now, over 80% of those initiatives have either died or stopped being worked on. But why, in the worst weak market ever, is Sinverse still actively being developed here? Every month, the eager demo testing gaming community is pushed an Alpha version release. Reasoning is straightforward. The game’s widespread appeal stems solely from its compelling story and solid design.
A significant amount of progress has been made in the development of 5 of Sinverse’s 17 districts thanks to the efforts of the development team. Up to this point, Chinatown, The Strip, The Hills, Silicon Valley, and The Red-Light District have all been developed and released for play and review by blockchain game fans.
To get a feel for the metaverse, check out the playable demo version, but have your guns drawn—the community is already setting up factions, and if they mistake you for an enemy, they will shoot you dead. Be prepared to fight fire with fire.
The fact that various player types are taken into account is a key part of what makes the Sinverse game fun to play. Those who choose to approach gaming as a regular business can do so by playing the primary metaverse game and working their way to the top through the game’s mechanics, eventually opening businesses if they have the appropriate licences. These professionals can start their own groups or gangs, grow their influence by conquering territory from competing groups, and make a living off of it.
At this tier, the player community is responsible for running the economy of Sinverse, which is heavily influenced by the supply and demand of in-game products. Other low-stakes gamers who aren’t willing to take any chances can play to win at one of Sinverse’s three available minigames.
Shooting Range – Aiming and firing at a range with other players. Users are able to compete against one another, and the player who hits a greater number of targets within a given amount of time is awarded prizes in the form of SIN tokens.
Pick and Drop – Single-player delivery driving mission in which players are given a package to deliver and a set amount of time in which to do so by following the in-game map and making their way to one of several possible locations. The SIN token will serve as the reward for a successfully completed delivery.
Squid Game – A multiplayer game based on the concept of red and green traffic lights that allows players to compete against one another. A player who successfully crosses the finish line without being hit by a bullet is awarded a prize of SIN tokens.
Some Background About Sinverse
Sinverse is a multiplayer game set in the Metaverse and powered by Blockchain. The game’s backdrop is based on some of the world’s most divisive cities, each with its own virtual real estate market. Users can purchase plots of virtual real estate on which to construct virtual cities.
The goal of the game is to establish oneself as the most powerful criminal. It is planned that Sinverse will be a very social platform, allowing users to create clubs for friends to hang out in, host online events, and even engage in criminal actions for in-game rewards. Prospective gamers can connect with the industry’s rapidly expanding network on.