Brokoli Partners With Realm to Plant Trees in the NFT Metaverse
We’re proud to announce that we have partnered with Realm to help players offset their carbon footprint when navigating the Realm metaverse through our global portfolio of tree planting projects.
Realm is a play-to-earn metaverse built on personalized microverses that are connected through portals. It features a collection of virtual spaces where you can exhibit NFTs, virtual forests, sculptures, music and connect with friends across other microverses.
On the back of this partnership, every time a player plants trees on their Realm microverse, they also pledge to plant trees with Brokoli’s tree planting projects. This is in line with the united vision of Realm and Brokoli to bring the carbon dioxide emissions in crypto to net zero.
Now users of the Realm metaverse can build a virtual world while solving climate problems in the real world.
Realm is an NFT play-to-earn Metaverse that allows gamers, players, and artists to create their own personalized NFT microverse. Creators can combine music, art, and games into their realms. Whole living worlds can be minted as an ERC-1155 NFT and traded on the OpenSea Marketplace. Alternatively, players can discover, trade, collect and view NFTs in the environments and experiences their creators imagined.
About Brokoli Network
Brokoli is an impact-to-earn NFT metaverse where climate impact makes you money.
Your DeFi transactions on Brokoli plant NFT Trees: a tradable asset that earns passive income.
Brokoli’s core: Environmentally friendly gateway into the most popular DEXs and dApps.
API: Any blockchain platform (centralised or decentralised) can implement our API to allow users to opt-in to a small climate fee that offsets their transaction’s footprint.
Digital Forest / Brokoli Impact Credits: Users receive NFTs based on trees they have funded the planting of by using our products and completing daily quests. Digital NFT forests will be tradable as Brokoli Impact Credits: Corporate Social Responsibility standard loosely pegged to real forests and purchased by corporate partners.
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