Immersed unveils metaverse plans to build a real-world economy in VR

Immersed, a metaverse VR platform, recently announced a partnership with Polygon,  Republic Crypto, Everyrealm, & Ready Player Me to expand its real-world economy in virtual and mixed reality.

Now, users can do business in a virtual space globally without having to move physically. People can now do collaborations, hire employees, and get services done in the metaverse.

Immersed is the first VR app that allows users to work 40+ hours per week, enjoy the luxuries in the virtual space, and earn a living. For that, the app is utilizing Polygon’s scalable platform.

According to the press release, Polygon will help Immersed make faster, cheaper, and more secure transactions of digital assets to keep its world economy running continuously.

With Republic Crypto, Immersed will launch a “Work&Earn” token along with features and virtual assets which will be rewarded to users who are actively participating and building in the metaverse.

Immersed and Everyrealm will enhance the virtual economies as the platform will soon be launching its first public vProperty sale. Everyrealm will help with all real estate-related strategies.

Furthermore, Ready Player Me will help Immersed with distributing avatars and virtual items in the metaverse.

Immersed is building a virtual Manhattan where people can buy and have ownership over their properties; this will enable businesses to build their own brand identity in the metaverse.

The metaverse platform has also partnered with Meta, ByteDance, Microsoft, Lenovo, HTC, and others to bring users into the VR/AR space.

The ultimate goal of Immersed is to build a world economy that can run 40-50 hours a week in the metaverse, being the first VR platform to do so.

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