Cardano Village, the Metaverse proving its worth through art and IT technology

Cardano Village team is happy to update the community regarding its next phase, as they minted buildings, land, created 3 types of maps and plan towards activating their tokens.

Cardano Village remains the only metaverse project that has been mentioned by Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano, and IOHK on Twitter.

This project, which is currently undervalued on the market, aims to rise up to its potential, given the immense possibilities for it.

At the time of the initial minting, the team was put into the spotlight by the Cardano community for its beautiful artwork and rapidly minted land parcels while releasing MAP in PC, WEB, and Mobile environments simultaneously, proving without a doubt that it has a formidable grasp of the requisite technological prowess.

The Cardanian Korea Team completed all these tasks within just a 3-month timeframe.

Despite the fact that only 1 of the 5 planned series has been released thus far, about 4,400 users already own lands and buildings within this growing metaverse.

The team also recently created LIfe-Log ($LOG), which will be used throughout the metaverse, and released its White Paper.

Furthermore, the team is prepping a proprietary Token Claim Service that will allow Cardano Village holders to occupy their tokens more easily.

The $LOG Token, which was created in collaboration with Cardano’s DEX team from scratch, is rapidly being incorporated into the Cardano ecosystem.

Tokens were initially distributed through Vyfi.io, one of the top Dex, and the current TVL is around $2.1M. Declaring the transition of the metaverse to FULL WEB MODE this June.

Cardania Village will be holding a Public sale on Adax.pro Launchpad 7-10th April, starting at 12:00 UTC.

Users who desire to participate in should note that early Priority 24 hour round will be open for ADAX stakers on April 6th at 12:00 UTC.

Social Media

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CARDANOVILLAGE

Website: https://cardanovillage.io/

Canada – Container village to boost tourism in port city

July 30, 2021 · Saint John, New Brunswick · Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

Canada’s tourism sector is a key economic driver and the Government of Canada continues to ensure that tourism businesses and organizations, as well as municipalities and Indigenous communities dependent on the sector, are resourced and ready to start back up as our economy reopens. That is why the federal government, through ACOA, is supporting the Port of Saint John to develop tourism infrastructure and contribute to the city’s recovery efforts.

Governments invest in re-development of Port property

Today, Wayne Long, Member of Parliament for Saint John – Rothesay, on behalf of the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Minister responsible for ACOA, along with New Brunswick Minister of Environment and Climate Change and minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation, the Honourable Gary Crossman, announced a total contribution of over $1.7 million to the Saint John Port Authority.

The Government of Canada, through ACOA, is announcing a commitment to provide a non-repayable contribution of $1,295,000, while the Government of New Brunswick, is providing a

contribution of $450,000 to the Port to establish a container village. The announcement will be made during the opening ceremonies of the AREA 506 Waterfront Concert Series.

The container village, consisting of customized containers for local businesses, retail and hospitality vendors, as well as a stage, lounge and plaza, will create new tourism experiences and business opportunities along the City’s waterfront.

This investment demonstrates the Government of Canada’s commitment to supporting the tourism sector, as well as spurring job creation and prosperity across the country.