LONDON, September 2, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Luxandia offers a unique opportunity for luxury brands, who will be able to showcase their products and services. They can be sold using the company’s own normal currency or cryptocurrencies, The Luxury Coin (TLX) and the world’s next Luxandia cryptocurrency (LSO). The project is unique in the virtual reality space and is the first to bring the $ 224.8 billion luxury industry to the forefront.
“Luxandia will be the leading luxury virtual space in the emerging metavers. Our vision is an immersive and interconnected luxury world. We start with virtual luxury shopping malls where brands can rent commercial spaces and consumers can enter this same space. through your laptop, but that’s just the beginning, ”said Catalin Dascalu, CEO of The Luxury.
“As we continue to build the world of Luxandia, we will also enable support for a virtual reality 3D app and glasses, which will allow people to explore online stores just as they would in real life. The possibilities are endless, including an online 3D cinema where you can watch movies surrounded by the atmosphere of a real cinema or a visit to an auction house to bid NFT art.The only limit is imagination, and the communities in Luxandia will be able to explore the possibilities they can imagine. “
Until recently, metaverse was a concept only dreamed of in science fiction, especially Neal Stephenson’s 1992 novel Snow Crash and the 2018 Hollywood director Steven Spielberg film Ready Player One. Today, however, everything is changing as virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D glasses and other digital technologies make it increasingly possible to explore whole new spaces without ever leaving your home.
The metaverse can be seen as complete and explorable digital worlds, such as the MMORPG Second Life or the virtual world of Decentraland, a project run on the Ethereum blockchain. People can buy and sell property and goods in both worlds, living a rich “virtual life”.
Businesses are also advancing in what has traditionally been seen as the virtual reality space of players. Facebook launched the 3D glasses virtual reality Horizon Workrooms app to help remote workers collaborate on cyberspace conference spaces using custom avatars.
For many great technology leaders like Zuckerberg, the metaverse is not a fantasy: it is the future of the Internet, with endless implementations such as allowing people to venture into space without leaving home, thanks to spacewalk experiences in 360 degree 3D. Medical professionals are also discovering that virtual reality can facilitate diagnostic testing and treatment for patients, with promising research on the positive impact that virtual reality systems can have on patients who enter the dreaded tedium of a scan for magnetic resonance imaging.
For luxury CEO Catalin Dascalu, progress in creating the metaverse goes through collaboration and cooperation rather than “competitive rivalries.” Working together, technology companies can create a metaverse that matches the ambitious vision of a new and limitless virtual space to work and play for humanity.
“Luxandia will be open to integration with other similar projects. We believe in the power of collaborative innovation, not competition,” Dascalu added. “We look at projects like the Aura Blockchain Consortium and how a common purpose has brought companies together to move forward, rather than getting lost in sometimes small rivalries. That’s the way forward.”
Those interested in experiencing the latest evolution of the emerging metaverse can first try Luxandia, with a waiting list that will open in a month, which will allow 1,000 to become virtual testers in the virtual world from 1 December 2021.
Luxandia marks another daring adventure of The Luxury in the world of cryptocurrency and the blockchain. The project follows The Luxury Bank, which aims to make using cryptocurrencies for everyday shopping as simple as using a credit card.
To learn more about Luxandia and to sign up for the waiting list when available, visit https://theluxurybank.com/. For any general or media inquiries, please contact Aiham Saleh at +44 330 808 6781 or email email@example.com
Image captured from the interior of Luxandia
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