In Japan, Mars4 Metaverse is Selling Well
The market for cryptocurrencies isn’t moving. Investors are wary and circumspect while making investments. However, some attempts succeed even in these conditions: The play-to-earn initiative Mars4 has experienced an increase in NFT revenues. Mars4 is expanding as a result of planned releases (such a game demo) and some assistance from Japanese KOLs. Sales of the metaverse game Mars4 have risen in the first few weeks of June. The majority of sales for Mars4 have come from Japan thanks to the company’s deployment of a local marketing approach. With the help of KOLs like Daisuke and Crypto Train, Mars4 is snatching up the Japanese market. A year prior, BitFlyer CEO and well-known crypto supporter Yuzo Kano expressed interest in Mars4. The Mars4 crew was motivated by this to start a Telegram channel for Mars4 Japan, and other ethnic groups including Turkey, Italy, China, and others soon followed.
Investors can earn passive revenue from NFTs thanks to the community pool. Each time you purchase Mars4 NFTs, your productivity score rises. Depending on their output ratings, NFT holders may receive payments from the common pool, which is accessible to the general public if the landowner so desires. When the awards are given out, you will get more if your score is higher. The voting process is the first step toward a decentralised autonomous organisation, or DAO, where anybody can take part in Mars4’s community-run governance. The NFT and cryptocurrency markets have both been dormant recently. Whether to buy now or wait for the market to rebound is up for debate among investors. Mars4 was successful in breaking the ice with the aid of Japanese KOLs by focussing its marketing strategy on region-based techniques. The project is pursuing its marketing strategy and intends to grow more.
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