NFTICALLYOver 9,000 NFT Marketplaces Worldwide &The Web3 E-Commerce SaaS supporting storefront platform has announced the world’s first e-commerce metaverse ecosystemCOMEARTH COMEARTH allows brands to own virtual land and open any virtual real estate imaginable, including storefronts and experience centers, to serve consumers in a metaverse services.
Backed by a number of prominent investors, including Polygon co-founders Sandeep Nailwal and Jainti Kanani and Coinbase CPO Surojit Chatterjee,COMEARTHwill allow brands to own virtual land, storefronts, experience centers, or any virtual real estate and serve consumers, COMEARTHis a virtual planet spanning eight continents that aims to solve critical issues in modern commerce, including unsustainability, monopolization, impossibility, and security.
Businesses and individuals can purchase virtual land as non-fiat tokens (NFTs) in a metaverse managed by smart contracts deployed on the Polygon blockchain. Equipped with
COMEARTHcan build immersive e-commerce experiences in virtual reality (VR) accessible via mobile, laptop, and VR devices. Global brands Polygon, CEAT,
Blockchain CouncilSporteNFT and others are on board.COMEARTH
Blockchain Councilhas announced plans to build on COMEARTHIt is the first organization to do so. The group will launch its own “Metaversity” and offer Web3 education through live and recorded public training sessions, events, and seminars held in the virtual world.COMEARTH has a global presence of nearly 100,000 educators, learners, and enthusiasts and is poised to present an unparalleled interactive global educational hub.
In addition, Digital Fashion Week NYC will launch an immersive virtual store showcasing digital clothing from a variety of luxury brands, which COMEARTH is interested in.
Landowners will be able to set up their Metaverse venture in just minutes, armed with a comprehensive set of DIY tools and a wealth of ready-to-use templates. These, along with features such as APIs that connect to Fiat Onramp and leading Web2Commerce platforms, help anyone to easily sell through Salesforce, Shopify, OpenKart, Magenta, WooCommerce, and more.
The 2D-3D converter converts Web2 ecommerce product images into metaverse-enabled 3D interactive models with the click of a button. This allows existing Web2 businesses to easilymigrate their product listings to COMEARTHwhere they can be purchased as products linked to certified NFTs. More details can be found in theCOMEARTHwhitepaper; the COMEARTH whitepaper is here.
COMEARTH is designed to enable effective e-commerce in the metaverse. Companies can gain valuable analytical insights into their site traffic and access to lead generation tools. The platform supports live streaming and 360-degree product displays, making it ideal for product launch events. With the flexibility to set up showrooms and gauge interest in their products, companies can run low-cost marketing campaigns and collect consumer data from interested parties (with their permission). Emerging companies can leverage these tools to iteratively create MVPs with a rapid time-to-market strategy. These elements are expected to contribute significantly to the top line of companies operating storefronts on the Metaverse.
COMEARTHaims to be the future Amazon.com in the Web3 space, a place where people around the world can come when they want to engage with brands and creators.58} The goals of COMEARTH’s goal is to leverage the power and flexibility offered by the Metaverse, combined with the security and transparency of blockchain, to create a world that will support sustainable global e-commercefor decades to come COMEARTH is a company that is committed to the consumer’s needs and aims to provide consumers with an ultra-personalized shopping experience that goes beyond existing user profiles. Aggregating global brands and creators on one platform is a bottleneck in providing consumers with a world-class user experience, and COMMARTH is in to solve it.
Toshendra Sharma, Founder & Toshendra Sharma, CEO of NFTICALLYsaid. “COMEARTH aims to be the Amazon.com of the Web3. Brands and companies are beginning to realize the power of distributed technology and its impact on consumer engagement and retention, and COMEARTH provides an intuitive platform for these players to engage and deliver immersive experiences to consumers and fans.”
Brian Tranzo, Metaverse Lead at Polygon Studios,said, “Polygon Studios welcomes COMEARTH as a key ecosystem partner. Polygon Studios is pleased to welcome COMEARTH as a key ecosystem partner. Their easy-to-use and powerful suite of tools will play a key role in bringing brands and rights holders closer to their audiences, and in driving Web3 adoption.”
Two out of five brands plan to invest in Web3, according to new research from
72}, and two out of five brands plan to invest up to half of their budgets in metaverse, VR, or AR strategies over the next two years, according to
. The recent round of capital allocations at major tech companies is seen as a leading indicator of the promise that the Metaverse holds for humanity. With the ability to scale efficiently and sustainably via polygons, COMEARTH is poised to meet this need in the marketplace in the coming years.
NFTICALLY is Web3’s e-commerce SaaS platform, along with APIs, infrastructure and tools (such as Shopify for NFTs &), a white label, code-free store Through its front desk, it helps companies leverage NFTs for their business. tools (Shopify for NFTs &and above). This allows celebrities, influencers, gamers, clubs, and businesses to merchandise their digital assets in a white-label fashion with domain names and storefronts without any technical knowledge.
NFTICALLY allows celebrity&companies to control various aspects of the NFT storefront, including blockchain, wallet, cryptocurrency, fiat on-ramp, airdrop, analytics, and UX.
NFTICAlly supports a variety of blockchains, wallets&cryptocurrencies and reduces the business overhead of integrating these complex systems into their own NFT marketplace.
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