What is Everdome (DOME) Metaverse? How is it unique?

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 What is Everdome (DOME) Metaverse? How is it unique?
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  • Everdome (DOME) primarily is a metaverse game, which aims to provide a more realistic experience to Metaverse gamers.
  • It aims to personalise avatars, which are more real in nature compared to those unidentifiable characters that look more like cartoons.
  • Everdome metaverse is all set for a debut on the OKX platform on 8 February.

The metaverse is potentially the hottest thing in the market at the moment. Various metaverse games such as Decentraland, The Sandbox etc., have taken the immersive gaming experience to a whole new level. It has grown manifold, and the current global metaverse market size was at US$47.69 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach US$828.95 Billion by 2028, according to Emergen Research.

Another player that is looking to make big in the market is the Everdome metaverse. Everdome (DOME) primarily is a metaverse game, which aims to provide a more realistic experience to metaverse gamers. It aims to produce personalised avatars that are more real in nature compared to those characters, which look more like cartoons or are unidentifiable in real life.

Through its revolutionary technology, the DOME metaverse takes elements from real world and transforms them into avatars that are more relatable to the real world. Part of the Dubai-based Metahero project, the Everdome metaverse primarily aims to reach out to brands and consumers who want to make the most of the Web3.0 experience. 

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Everdome (DOME) is all set for a debut on the OKX platform on 8 February at 4:00 CET. While OKX will open deposits from 4 am, it will open trading only by 9:00 am CET. Founded by Polish Metahero CEO Robert Gryn, with the new metaverse, the gamers can get a human face of their avatars.

Everdome can do this through its state-of-the-art VR and AR technology along with the efficient use of the 3D scanning technology. Besides, it can even create accessories for avatars, like shoes, belts etc. Everdome predicts that VR and AR market is expected to grow exponentially and might touch US$297 billion by 2024. It aims to become a market leader in metaverse universe.  


There is a significant buzz around the Everdome project. The project has already applied for a second audit for maximum confidence with Certik. The launch could generate interest amongst market participants, and this could work well for the project in the longer run. 


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