- CEEK has officially launched the CEEK landsale.
- Prospective participants can register on ceek.com and use the land.ceek.com portal to purchase the lots.
- Prominent celebrities have bought lands and have their content on CEEK.
The metaverse CEEK has officially launched CEEK landsale, which will reportedly form the basis of the creator-owned metaverse experience.
According to the information provided to CoinQuora, prospective participants can register on ceek.com and use the land.ceek.com portal to purchase the lots. The team states that the platform supports Metamask and the CEEK wallet, with initial land being only purchasable for CEEK tokens. The team adds that later on, the plots will be available for BNB, ETH, and other assets.
Reportedly, there are a total of 10,000 Parcels in Downtown CEEK. This is the first area that will be sold, with minting done in phases. For context, there are seven types of land within CEEK.
Each land plot entitles holders to rewards based on economic activities such as NFT, Avatar assets, and virtual concert ticket sales in the CEEK metaverse. These include varying portions of ad revenue, event tickets, drops of gem NFTs, CEEK tokens, and airdrop events by brands and other projects.
In preparation for its land sale and metaverse launch, CEEK partnered with the latest World Music Awards, which was hosted by Miley Cyrus and attended by legends such as Beyoncé, Bon Jovi, Kanye West, and Rihanna.
Notably, Meta – formerly Facebook – also showed a lot of excitement about the event and even congratulated the team on building its metaverse on multiple occasions.
Furthermore, Draper University, founded by entrepreneur Tim Draper, is also working with CEEK to generate interesting assets for its metaverse. This adds to existing content and experiences on the CEEK VR App from Lady Gaga, Ziggy Marley, Daddy Yankee, and Luis Fonsi.
Reportedly, CEEK will also feature content from artists such as Future, Kodak Black, and J Balvin shortly. These celebrities will even have villas in CEEK and hold concerts and other types of engaging activities within the metaverse.