Gibraltar, 29 June,2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Few months in, and the buzz behind non-fungible tokens seems to be growing by the day. Non-fungible tokens, commonly referred to as NFTs, allow users to exclusively own art, land, and rights to the music, among many other things. The NFTs cannot be replaced by anything by nature, making them one-of-a-kind creations, unique, and quite expensive.
In the last few months, developers have created and sold various NFT items, with some going for as high as $69 million. To harness the power behind this technology, a team of experts came together to take the user to mars virtually through NFTs.
Mars4 is a virtual reality platform that leverages gamification and token redistribution to create attractive yields and tokenomics for DeFi traders and investors. The Mars4 Foundation was created to help humanity explore the fourth planet, Mars, virtually.
The Mars4 website reads in part:
“Our goal is to make MARS4 a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) for NFT owners to control governance decisions, such as policy updates, auctions, and contracts. Our next steps include developing a VR platform to explore and participate in the affairs of the MARS4 world, further gamification, and establishing the Foundation for financing the prospective space startups at their pre-seed stage.”
The project allows users to create and experience metaverse while earning income through revenue-generating Mars NFT land plots. Notably, users can now explore this exact 3D replica of Mars constructed from NASA data, similarly to the 3D version of earth created by Google back in 2001.
Notably, the MARS4 NFT’s represents pieces of land on Mars. Users within the community can make use of the Mars4.me VR platform and Foundation to accelerate prospective space startups at their pre-seed stage.
The project has a dual tokenomics engine that uses two tokens, the MARS$ and Mars NFT. MARS$ is one of the native currencies used for trading, gaming, and NFT minting within the MARS4 ecosystem.
Mars vs. Decentraland
While the two projects allow users access to the NFT marketplace, they bring different features and benefits to the table.
The first significant difference between the two is that Mars4 is mainly focused on providing NFTs for Mars while Decentraland is not specific on its virtual world.
Mars4 has a dual tokenomics with a Deflationary 29.9B MARS4 tokens (MARS$) for gaming, trading, and NFT minting. The project has a fixed supply of 99,888 NFTs representing the surface of Mars. On the other hand, Decentraland also has two currencies, MANA, and LAND.
One land parcel is 1448 square kilometers (559 square miles or 38 kilometers by 38 kilometers), while each land parcel on Decentraland is 16 meters by 16 meters.
Mars4’s marketplace features mountains, craters, and beautiful locations on Mars. Decentraland’s marketplace features wearables, names, Parcels, and estates.
What is better, Mars vs. Decentraland
A deeper comparison between the two reveals that Mars4 has more to offer. The project provides Interactive 3D Virtual World with the Red planet divided into land plots, each represented by a unique NFT. Mars4 also has a yield generating system that ensures each transaction redistributes tokens to the NFT holders.
Another benefit of the project is that each MARS4 token (MARS$) holder can access Terraform their NFT territory and gamification/simulation. The holders also can buy certificates, avatars, logos & other in-game assets in Virtual Mars. And this is just basic features which will be complemented with virtual reality and other creative features which will be driven by the Mars4 team as well as Decentralised Developers Community.
The Mars4 project is all about its community. It operates on four main principles: incentivization, Burning, LP and gamification, and terraforming simulations. These principles ensure the holders receive their incentives, there is a constant deflationary token supply, and an increased liquidity pool as the transaction volume increases.
Limited Landlords offer!
Unfortunately, there is a limited supply of these unique plots of land. The project only has a total of 99 888 plots, with one going for 99,888 MARS$. Users can only buy the land using the MARS$ tokens. So far, 8616 plots have already been reserved. Grab yours today before time runs out!
SAINT PAUL, MN, June 30, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Tor Dahl has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
In 1976, Mr. Dahl established Tor Dahl and Associates, serving as its chairman and chief executive officer since that date. In this role, he works with clients to create personalized service and tailor-made projects for them that focus on their financial and non-financial well-being. In addition to Tor Dahl and Associates, Mr. Dahl is as chairman emeritus of the World Confederation of Productivity.
Mr. Dahl has served on the Board of Directors of the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC) for many years. Instrumental in the founding of Vinland National Center, he also served on their board for many years and in numerous capacities. Many other organizations count him as a current or past board member. Among them, Mr. Dahl excelled as a board member of the Science Museum of Minnesota from 1980 to 1986. From 1967 to 2008, he was a professor at the University of Minnesota. He has served on various Blue Ribbon panels for numerous governors. Since the early 1980s, Mr. Dahl has contributed to world productivity congresses, international conferences, and the World Future Society as a keynote speaker.
Having grown up in Norway, Mr. Dahl chose to pursue a career in economics after his service in the Norwegian Army. While researching the work of Ragnar Frisch at the Norwegian School of Economics, he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study in the United States. Though he was offered admission to Harvard University and Stanford University, he pursued an education at the University of Minnesota, as this is where Ragnar Frisch completed his work on production function theory. Dedicated to making production function theory more applicable to everyday life, Mr. Dahl subsequently earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota in 1964.
In addition to his professional career, Mr. Dahl is proud to have established the Vinland National Center, which currently operates as a 61-bed inpatient facility to treat individuals with dual diagnoses. He is also credited with establishing Ski For Light, a program created to teach those who are visually impaired to ski. Recognized in 2012 as an honorary member of Norway’s Center For Nature, Culture and Health, he is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from CLUES and has been knighted by the King of Norway. Looking toward the future, Mr. Dahl is expecting to release several books while also engaged in developing digital tools for use to make greater productivity improvement more widely available and less expensive to attain.
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