Treeverse is a browser-based metaverse that is geared to be a social media platform like Discord or Twitter, but with a more NFT-focused community. It was founded this year by Loopify, who is a well-known NFT creator and collector within the community. Loopify started as an artist in the NFT space and began Treeverse by creating the NFT collectibles project NFTrees. One of the key draws to Treeverse—besides the community that Loopify has nurtured—is that it plans to add play to earn elements down the road.
ONE37pm asked Loopify what they feel separates Treeverse from other play-to-earn games: “Treeverse will be one of the first playable MMORPGs where you can exchange assets earned in-game for NFTs and also earn our native currency that runs the world. We have a ton of things that we are doing, but my personal favorite is definitely earning assets in the game and allowing them to be freely traded as NFTs in our marketplace. It's another form of 'p2e' and it's for users who spend more time and effort inside of our game for the rarer items."
Built with a retro style, the game uses art that reminds people of classic games like Pokémon and Runescape. “Treeverse will be very community-centric and will have a unique art style compared to other traditional games. I think this is what will attract other users and keep our community involved,” Loopify tells us. This community-driven focus has blossomed from the fact that NFTrees went from being a project to a “full-blown metaverse.”