Tallinn, Harju Jan 10, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Joy City is a virtual metaverse that is backed by a set of smart contracts that guarantees income pay-out to all citizens of the city. Their city metaverse offers 3d AR NFT assets like cars, shops, and buildings that resemble real-life assets. The protocol is currently live and offers a test net for investors to try it out before the public sale which starts on 15th January 2022.
The protocol has launched its 3D AR NFT assets and will continue to create new assets as the city grows. All smart contracts are verified on etherscan and are available for anyone to inspect. Soon a monopoly-style game will allow all investors and citizens of the city to play our video game and earn income as well with their 3D AR NFT assets. Investors will be able to utilize their Ice Cream Mini or their Cinema to earn real income!
Investors can purchase assets then sit back and enjoy the passive income generated weekly. Each 3D AR NFT asset has a limited supply which makes them all very unique.
The test net for the public
There is a live test net running on Rinkeby available for investors to try. All cars, shops, and buildings are available for purchase. The public sale will start in the middle of January.
Joy City will use a native token to operate the protocol. The token JOY is an ERC20 and the assets token NJOY is ERC-721. The JOY token can be used to purchase any of the assets on the protocol.
Every Asset is backed by a smart contract that guarantees pay-outs weekly to all citizens for as long as they own the asset. The protocol is built on the Ethereum blockchain.
About Joy City
Joy City is a blockchain-powered virtual city that has virtual assets for investors to acquire. Joy City pays passive income to investors who invest in 3d AR NFT Assets.
Company: Joy City
Contact Name: Mohamed Ali
Source :Joy City
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