Introduction to Meta Raider

Our Vision

Introducing the Meta Raider

  • Raider ID: Raider ID is what you’ll use to get access to the metaverse. Users will be able to connect their wallets to their Raider ID for identification, without giving out any unnecessary information.
  • Editor: The editor program is a stand-alone SDK that enables users to create their own assets and mini-games, provided it meets requirements. Users then turn these assets into virtual tokens (NFTs) for digital scarcity, security, and authenticity. These can be displayed/played within the Meta Raider metaverse.
  • User-Designed Revenue Model: Meta Raider allows users to opt into revenue generation, with revenue models they can design themselves. A simple revenue model would be to charge an entrance fee for access to a piece of land or a building. For example, an art gallery, arcade, live concert, and personal NFT collection hall could all be monetized with this model.
  • Item Crafting System: Users can obtain ingredients and materials within the metaverse. Those ingredients and materials can then be crafted into complete NFT assets, which causes the asset to increase in rarity and scarcity.
  • Play-to-Earn: In a later stage, we’ll be introducing a Play-to-Earn mechanism into the metaverse. We’re working on dungeons, mini-games, and quests that reward users.
  • DeFi Components: The Meta Raider metaverse draws on innovative DeFi protocols to offer exciting features. For example, we added a utility to the land plots so users can perform Land Staking, allowing users to stake tokens on their land plots to obtain extra APY rewards while offering chances of obtaining rare materials and ingredients at the same time.
  • Marketplace: The Marketplace is not just a web-based exchange center. Unique to other projects, we will be launching the Marketplace within the Meta Raider metaverse, where users will be able to see objects in 3D VR, giving potential buyers a more immersive, customer-centric experience.

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