• Paris Hilton and Animoca Brand’s Sandbox have partnered to launch Parisland, a metaverse dating reality show.
• Participants will be able to take part in tasks such as selecting wedding rings and outfits and flirting with other contestants.
• This comes as the trend of metaverse adoption continues to rise, with many companies entering the space and NFTs seeing a resurgence in 2023.
Paris Hilton & Animoca Brand’s Sandbox Join Forces
Paris Hilton’s 11:11 Media has teamed up with Animoca Brand’s Sandbox to launch Parisland, a romantic adventure experience in the metaverse. Players will be able to participate in the metaverse dating reality show hosted by the Hollywood celebrity starting from Feb. 13th.
Activities In The Metaverse
Parisland offers exciting activities for participants such as picking up cute collectibles, exploring tropical Parisland and celebrating destination weddings. Users can also take part in tasks including selecting wedding rings and outfits, flirting with other contestants, and more.
Metaverse Adoption On The Rise
The trend of metaverse adoption is continuing to gain popularity despite regulatory concerns and cases of crime within virtual worlds. According to recent reports, blockchain games related to the metaverse raised over $1.3 billion during Q3 2022 alone. Companies like Nokia are now providing aid via the metaverse to workers in beer breweries and aircraft engineers amidst this surge of interest.
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)
Another key factor driving growth within the metaverse is Non-fungible tokens (NFTs). After experiencing a decline due to perceptions of crypto winter combined with FUD related news stories, NFTs have seen a resurgence in 2023 due their ability to represent digital assets on decentralized networks like Ethereum or Flow blockchain protocols.
Paris Hilton Joins Crypto Bandwagon
This move by Paris Whitney Hilton follows her initial foray into crypto during ICO mania back in 2016/2017 but marks her first step into the world of virtual gaming through Roblox’s Paris Hilton World back in 2021
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