If you’re fed up with the real world, Decentraland offers a 3D, virtual alternative running on Ethereum, where users can buy up land and NFTs using its MANA token. Initially, Decentraland was launched via a $24m initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017, but it wasn’t until 2020 that the 3D world was opened to the public. Beyond the confines of the virtual world, Decentraland has a dedicated marketplace where users can exchange NFTs priced in MANA.
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