How to geneticize the Metaverse combining NFTs with real DNA: DNAVERSE

Feb 2, 2022 | Virtual Reality

Metaverse and NFTs are buzzwords you have likely heard of and probably googled about -if you haven’t yet, learn more in next link about Metaverse, NFT, And DeFi. Fully immersive digital spaces with virtual avatars will play an integral role in identity, community and social experiences. From buying real estate to attending concerts, the Metaverse VR allows it all.

But beyond leisure and entertainment, what about us, humans? What if we could integrate our personal DNA into Metaverses and profit from our own genetics? Digging even deeper: what if organic life can spawn and create a BioMetaverse?

3DforScience has made this possible: DNAVERSE

What is DNAVERSE project: art, science and NFTs

DNAVERSE is the world’s first project to integrate users’ real DNA data into an exclusive NFT collection of 3,200 unique 3D art pieces. Each NFT is one-to-one hand-designed and 100% scientifically accurate with the precision of the Protein Data Bank, a worldwide institution with over 50 years in the scientific field.

Each NFT in the collection –200 genesis cryptoproteins and 3000 DNAcodes– includes a genetic study for the holders and its subsequent codification on the blockchain, making the data safe, private, secure and totally decentralized. Our mission is not only to safeguard the essence of life in the Metaverse but also return the data ownership and its commercial use to only the person behind the DNA.

DNAVERSE has developed a long-term self-sustainable business model that will reward the NFT holders as part of the tokenomics roadmap. By enabling the community to impregnate NFTs and virtual avatars with their genetics, we initiate a movement based on human digital verification, organic NFTs and Bioavatars. DNAVERSE is an enhancement of future digital relationships, which is precisely what makes this project disruptive, meaningful and scalable.

Do you know more about the future of the Metaverse and all these new technologies?

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More about 3DforScience

3DforScience is a scientific communication company specialized in visual content for the life science sector. We are a passionate creative team of scientists, marketers, artists, and animators with a shared aim: to help you improve your scientific communication with innovative and unique creative solutions. We can help to boost your scientific communication capabilities within the biotechnological/ molecular biology fields by designing unique creative solutions such as 3D animation videos or illustrations.

Would you like to bring your scientific messaging to life? Contact us. We would be pleased to provide you with a unique creation.


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