Punk6529 Launched Open Metaverse Museum District for “Most High-End NFTs Ever”

Popular NFT collector Punk6529 has launched the Open Metaverse (OM) museum district to showcase the “most high-end art NFTs ever”.
Image source: Punk6529/Twitter

Quick take:

  • Punk6529 is launching a metaverse museum district for the “most high-end NFTs ever”.
  • The popular NFT collector is looking to build a metaverse project that will attract 100 million users.
  • The museum district showcases NFTs from CryptoPunks, Tyler Hobbs’ Fidenza collection, Bored Ape Yacht Club, Art Blocks and others.

Popular non-fungible token (NFT) collector Punk6529 has opened a metaverse district listing some of the top NFTs ever sold. Announcing to his massive community of followers on Twitter, he called it a collection of the “most high-end NFTs ever”.

The collector is looking to attract 100 million followers to the “6529 Museum District”. It is the “Genesis city” of the project he now calls the “OM”, for the open metaverse.

“This is the alpha version of the first district (the “6529 Museum District”) of the first city (“Genesis City”) of OM,” Punk6529 wrote.

The OM project intends to create an open metaverse that is built and shared by the community. It will be composed of 10 self-governing cities with a max population of 10 million each.

Punk6529 bullishly claimed the project will be “the most high-end art NFTs ever displayed in one place.”

The collector posted a promotional video of the project, showcasing some of the top NFTs from projects like CryptoPunks, Tyler Hobbs’ Fidenza collection, Bored Ape Yacht Club, Art Blocks and others.

So far, the platform features 2000 NFTs belonging to Punk6529 or the team behind OM. The project has left the door open for new members to add their collections to the NFT list.

The project will be initially founder-funded but may seek investment in the future to scale growth. It has also invited new members to join and help build the alpha if they share the same ideas with the OM museum district. 

“I do not want your ETH, I want your input on how to design OM. I collect in public, I invest in public and we are going to build OM in public together,” reads a post on the collector’s Twitter thread.

The museum district currently has 25 active buildings in the centre square, with another 2,000 yet to be activated. According to the renowned NFT proponent, each building has a capacity of 1-100 spaces, enabling the district to hold up to 100,000 citizens.

Punk6529 has vowed to make the project as affordable as possible in order to accelerate community growth. It is also targeting non-crypto/mainstream audiences by scaling beyond “ETH/crypto degens.”

The OM plans to transition into the public beta around June/July 2022 if all goes to plan.

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