Purchase your own penthouse in one of the most interesting metaverse hotels, the Bit Hotel. The Bit hotel land sale begins at 12:00 UTC on January 19th, 2022. The NFT rooms of the Bit Hotel run daily via various INO Launchpads.
This project seems to have everything, from NFT characters and items to token prizes and mini-games. The Bit Hotel metaverse, which is NFT-based, allows players to purchase, collect, and exchange NFT objects. Collectors can then purchase their metaverse virtual room, where they can showcase their NFT items. You can also use your room to chat, meet or have fun with other players.
It is important to mention that the sale metaverse land of Bit Hotel includes studio apartments, penthouse apartments and other incredible properties. The minting price will vary from $200 to $23,000. You can trade your NFTs, or take part in mini-games with other players and earn rewards. You can also socialize online with the character that suits you best. Imagine traveling by elevator to your friend’s room and having the time of your dreams.
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