The metaverse-oriented online game BaliTwin has tuned up with Everscale blockchain, the special news item of the day. This really would require to be closely followed, and why, for the interesting situation that is bound to be created. 

For a start, Bali Twin has developed a metaverse-oriented online game with a storyline plot-based MMORPG and pitched itself onto the Everscale blockchain. This digitally created P2E game with NFT mechanisms and opportunities in place is based on real-world Bali. As the matter should be, this innovative and ambitious initiative deservedly has the blessings and complete backup of the Indonesian government. The project is headed by the CEO and Founder, Danila Solovyov. Everscale, holding the distinction of utilizing the latest, state-of-the-art technology where its blockchain networks are concerned, will only enhance the overall impact. 

Through this decentralized video game, the persons behind BaliTwin have impactfully showcased the rich cultural heritage that is the pride of Bali and used it as its platform. 



To serve a dual purpose, an effective combination has been created. On one side, the online game comprises a metaverse-oriented, storyline-based MMORPG with NFT for the benefit of players. On the other hand, this platform effectively promotes real estate possibilities for real-life Bali landowners. Part of the game plan is also the setting up of an NFT market square involving real estate agents and architects. This then would, in turn, help users explore and own digital copies of not only real estate, artwork, and real land. In this case scenario, progress for Bali is bound to take place when the virtual and real world seems to merge.

A further, most interesting segment of this illustrious project is that the people of Bali and their artworks, land holdings, and others, will be suitably incorporated in BaliTwin’s metaverse itself. This will give them the added advantage of being able to do business and earn all the while, through the virtual and the real world. The highlighting of the various aspects of Bali rituals, cultural heritage, and every other possible connected item will arouse immense curiosity and, ultimately, the further uplift of Bali. The interactive game will also surely contribute generously.    

With the partnership of such an innovative initiated project and the supporting hand and shoulder of the Indonesian government, all intended objectives are simply bound to be achieved. This is a situation of great expectations.