Decentraland, one of the most active gaming and NFT projects with metaverse land plots, is reorganizing its store. Along with a general marketplace, users will have a personal storefront featuring their own NFTs and their brand.
The new feature will also organize the different collectible categories on Decentraland, including mints for wearables, digital land, or names.
The storefronts will be personalized and will track gains and royalties on the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains. Decentraland plans to add more features for creators as it grows its metaverse presence.
Decentraland dramatically increased its social media mentions in the past week, along with OpenSea activity. In the last seven days, Decentraland saw trading activity increase by 50% in the past few days, with a floor price of 4.1 ETH on a market with around 6,500 owners.
Top Decentraland multiverse land has sold for the equivalent of more than $2.4M. The only top competitor of Decentraland remains The Sandbox metaverse, though interest in digital land has grown in 2022.
Decentraland Warns of Scams
Participating in the Decentraland ecosystem is now riskier, as there are copycat sites attempting to extract tokens or NFTs.
The Decentraland team has warned users to rely only on vetted links and avoid clicking on offer solicitations.
OpenSea offers with a vetted Decentraland source are also safe.
How the MANA Token is Doing
MANA is still the leading play to earn token based on market capitalization. Axie Infinity (AXS) is yet to take the top spot again.
MANA traded at $2.10, recovering after a dip to $1.85, with a 12% gain overnight. MANA is still down 26% over the past turbulent week, but shows potential to regain its positions.
Mentions of MANA stack up well against play to earn tokens, but also among some of the most widely traded crypto assets.
The play to earn trend has put MANA among the most intriguing tokens, possibly pointing to active trading and price appreciation. MANA was on track to attempt a hike to $5 before the latest market crash.