The leading metaverse platform, The Sandbox has announced the partnership with the Hong Kong-based Game developer Animoca Brands subsidiary to launch a metaverse mega-city.
The company announced they will create a Mega-City to expand Hong Kong culture in the metaverse. Animoca Brands which is a Game Development platform has also said they have partnered with The Sandbox by acquiring LAND NFTs.
The Sandbox Introducing Hongkong’s Heavyweights into Metaverse
The Sandbox has published a post in which they have added several partners from various sectors including music, film, acting, gaming, entertainment, and other services. The Sandbox added their main objective is to develop a new cultural hub, based Mega-City to expand the culture of Hong Kong in the metaverse.
This new Mega-City will represent advancements across different verticals along with the culture of Hong Kong.
The Sandbox announced, “The soul of Mega City is the talent of Hong Kong. More than a strict metaverse reflection of Hong Kong, Mega City is its expansion into the future, a place of dreams and fun. All LAND in Mega City will share this city-of-the-future connection that will be uniquely Hong Kong in its visual approach while reflecting the vision of individual LAND owners.”
Many other companies have also acquired The Sandbox’s native land tokens to build Mega-City. These companies include Adrian Cheng, Sun Hung Kai & Co, PwC Hong Kong, TIMES CAPITAL.
The Sandbox announced they have partnered with 165 partners including The Walking Dead, South China Morning Post, The Smurfs, Care Bears, Atari, CryptoKitties, Shaun the Sheep German multinational corporation Adidas and the American rapper Snoop Dogg.
Last year Facebook has also entered the metaverse and rebranded Facebook to Meta. After that, the blockchain projects related to metaverse started growing and The Sandbox is also one of them. The current price of the SAND token is $4.87 and its all-time high ATH was $8.44.
This partnership of The Sandbox will push the price of the SAND token to a higher position after the market correction.