Metaverse platform Carrieverse has teamed up with with Polygon to build and market its upcoming Carrieverse metaverse platform on the Polygon network.
“Carrieverse” is built for Generation Z and Alpha, mirroring real-world social content, including games, education, and commerce. Users can build their own world and NFTs while enjoying creative digital experience and content ownership.
In addition, Carrieverse is planning to publish a P2E strategy game, “SuperKola,” as well as the upcoming release of NFT collection in collaboration with Kim Bo-tong, the creator of Netflix’s hit show, D.P.
Urvit Goel, Head of Global Games Business Development at Polygon, said:
“Carrieverse is an all-encompassing metaverse experience that reaches out into gaming, commerce, NFTs, and comes out the gate with global IP recognition in Carrie and Friends. We’re eager to do our part in furthering the expansion of Carrieverse by providing Polygon blockchain tools to make the project a success.”
Polygon is designed to work alongside Ethereum, reducing prohibitive network fees and speeding up transaction times — all without compromising security. Being a carbon-neutral network, Polygon also ensures that each transaction’s carbon footprints are entirely offset.
“Using the sophisticated technology and economic ecosystem of Carrieverse, we can build the Web3 platform and applications powered by Polygon,” says David Yoon, CEO of Carrieverse.
“We will implement the Web3 metaverse with cutting-edge tech and Polygon’s sustainable ecosystem.”
Carrieverse is scheduled for worldwide release in Q1 of 2023.