This Friday, the virtual lands of the Shiba Inu metaverse will go on sale to the public

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One of the hottest metaverses of recent days has begun the process of distributing its lands. After an “Early Access Land Offer Event,” public sales will begin any day now. Among the buyers was fashion designer John Richmond.

Success in the first phase, will the second phase bring similar results?

4500 transactions is the result recorded in the first phase of land sales in SHIB: The Metaverse. The result is rated as impressive, which may foreshadow an equally spectacular second phase, which will already go public this coming weekend. 

This information was shared on Twitter by the SHIB INFORMER profile: 

“This Friday the Metaverse Holder event will end and the sales will be open with no Leash/Shiboshis restrictions! If you don’t want to wait, the land markets are alive and active in Opensea. Be a part of the SHIB metaverse!”

John Richmond expresses considerable interest

Owning land in SHIB: The Metaverse seems to be of interest to fashion designer John Richmond. He posted the following on his Twitter feed:

“I was looking for a store in SHIB MV, who wants to be neighbors?”

John Richmond’s presence in the Shiba Inu virtual space could prove to be very significant information, for potential subsequent buyers of virtual lands. The popular fashion designer, who has dressed celebrities on numerous occasions, by opening his store here, has the right to significantly expand his audience and, consequently, his customers.

It is worth mentioning that this is not the first time Richmond has dealt with SHIB. At the beginning of March, in the article entitled “Shiba Inu broadens its horizons, entering the fashion industry” we informed about the cooperation between the fashion designer and the developers of the dog coin. It has spanned a large scale, simultaneously including a collection of 10,000 John Richmond X SHIB NFT shoes, a fashion show and a collection of SHIB-related clothing.

In addition, as of March 26, John Richmond made available the option to pay in SHIB and LEASH coins on its online store. This option is available through NOWPayments. The fashion brand also announced that it will contribute to the SHIB and LEASH burn. According to the official announcement, for each coin, it will be 9% and 1% of the profit generated by the stores, respectively. The move will help to reduce the supply of coins and thus has the potential to increase their value in the long run.

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