evolving nft 2.0s
Moonsama NFTs are eternally liquid, offering ever-changing appearances, utility options, and limitless longevity.
Connecting metaverses via the multiverse bridge brings fun with more games, new developments, and integrating communities.
A multidisciplinary and talented team of artists, developers, and visionaries supported by the thriving community are creating this world together.
A Metaverse is a novel concept that is best defined as a shared virtual environment that participants access via the internet. Metaverses are born out of the combination of different technologies, including aspects of social media, gaming, virtual reality and cryptocurrencies. None of these aspects can form a Metaverse by itself. Instead, it is the interaction between them that can form one.
Other recurrent features of Metaverses are the convergence of physical and virtual worlds, the existence of an internal economy and the ability to transfer digital assets between different spaces within the Metaverse.
Metaverses integrated with the Multiverse Bridge gain full compatibility with any connected chains. Digital assets on those chains can then play specific roles in that Metaverse’s associated applications and games. Via this described compatibility, an on-chain asset could become an avatar on a social media platform or a playable character in a game.
Oracles are always necessary wherever the on-chain and off-chain world meets as trusted intermediaries. The Multiverse Bridge relies on oracles to insert an interpretation layer in-between the Metaverse and the on-chain protocol. Oracles can handle all the data and logic required to enable the cross-layer utility of the assets. Information such as a) the list of imported assets by a particular user, b) the effects of the assets in-game and c) behaviors such as what to do with an asset once it crosses the Multiverse Bridge, are all stored and pre-programmed by an oracle, e.g. a backend. Though centralized services, trusted middleman and single point of failures are generally frowned upon in the web3 world and their usage is best avoided, in case of e.g. a complex multi-player game which cannot run on the chain it is unavoidable. This is often the case for Metaverses, where e.g. a game server acts as the single source of truth aka. the trusted oracle. Nevertheless, should the Metaverse be on-chain or off-chain, the Multiverse Bridge protocol supports it.
The Multiverse Bridge is completely Metaverse agnostic. It is capable of connecting any Metaverse, provided the right oracle configuration. Said differently, any game/app will need its own customized implementation of an oracle to leverage the Multiverse. Interpretation of Multiverse Bridge events might differ depending on the Metaverse’s needs defined by its unique characteristics and mechanics, therefore it’s hard to generalize it with a single protocol. The Multiverse Bridge standardizes a Metaverse oracle’s relationship with the on-chain world, without imposing strong opinions or limitations on it.
Simple Export: allows the export of an escrowed asset (as a result of a previous Simple Import), back to the blockchain layer. The asset returns to its owner’s wallet.
Summoning Export: allows the export of native metaverse items into the blockchain layer, becoming on-chain tokens. These tokens are minted as part of the export. For this we developed a special ERC1155-ERC20 hybrid contract. Read more about it in the Token Factory section.
The term “bridging” is slightly different in this context from the conventional meaning of bridging. Bridging in the Multiverse bridge is closer to the act of staking, or bonding. The Moonsama Council, the governance of Moonsama holders, can make Metaverse specific rules e.g. to confiscate NFTs in case the bridged player was caught cheating. This is essential, however, to ensure that the economy of the Metaverse is not tilt. Since resoures earned in-game bear significant value, cheaters potentially could wreck the economy if the system can be exploited. A user must have skin in the game. Bridging to a Metaverse always makes the user subject to the rules of the Metaverse, akin to entering a country makes one subject to the country’s rules. It is important to get familiar with these rules before deciding to “enter” a Metaverse to decide whether the risk is worth it and to avoid unpleasant surprises.
In Multiverse Bridge V2, the current import/export/enrapture terminology is updated.
Token Factory is the contract used for Summon Exports from a metaverse. It is an ERC-1155 that spawns its individual ID tokens as standalone ERC-20s instead of internal accounting, acting as their parent. Transactions made on the individual ER-C20s trigger and log appropriate events in the parent contract and vice-versa. These tokens combine the advantages of the fungible/non-fungible worlds. This means exported assets are both NFTs (therefore supported by NFT marketplaces) and regular ERC-20 tokens (supported by DEXs, CEXs, etc.), depending on which contract we manage them from. The only disadvantages are: slightly higher gas cost, allowances have to be made on the parent/children separately, and introducing the decimal concept to ERC-1155 because it has to match with the underlying ERC-20’s.
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
This offer is based on information provided solely by the offeror and other publicly available information. The token sale or exchange event is entirely unrelated to ICOholder and ICOholder has no involvement in it (including any technical support or promotion). Token sales listed from persons that ICOholder has no relationship with are shown only to help customers keep track of the activity taking place within the overall token sector. This information is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. You must obtain professional or specialist advice or carry out your own due diligence before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on our site. Any terms and conditions entered into by contributors in respect of the acquisition of Tokens are between them and the issuer of the Token and ICOholder is not the seller of such Tokens. ICOholder has no legal responsibility for any representations made by third parties in respect of any Token sale and any claim for breach of contract must also be made directly against the Token issuing entity listed herein.
If you have any concerns about the nature, propriety or legality of this token sale or the persons involved in it please contact [email protected] with detailed information about your concerns.