“Sandbox Will Always Be Open With Produced Content”

Sebastien Borget, co-founder of The Sandbox (SAND), made statements about the new moves of the project.

Borget and McKenna spoke at a press conference at WebSummit in Lisbon this week about a new consortium of Web3 firms dedicated to preserving Metaverse interoperability.

According to Sebastien Borget, co-founder of The Sandbox, and Sarojini McKenna, co-founder and CEO of Dacoco, 50 members have signed up with this nonprofit since the launch of the Open Metaverse Alliance (OMA3). Borget also provided an update on The Sandbox’s “Alpha Season” metaverse experience.

Borget then talked about the closing of “Alpha Season 3” of The Sandbox, a ten-week playable Metaverse experience showcasing entertainment events from brands like Warner Music Group, The Walking Dead and Bored Ape Yacht Club.

After the “exciting” holiday period, “we want users to be able to stream directly to their territory in the first quarter of next year, so Sandbox will always be open with user-generated content.”

He also stated that creators will have access to “the same system they’ve put in place with the season, such as leaderboards, rewards, missions, and the like.”

Metaverse worlds The Sandbox and Decentraland came under deep criticism in early October after DappRadar’s statistical data revealed that these virtual worlds collected only 552 and 38 active users, respectively, in a single day (measured as unique active wallets (UAW)). Despite the billion-dollar cryptocurrency valuation, the Metaverse space is relatively new compared to the digital collectibles market. At the time of this writing, the number of unique active wallets per day for Sandbox and Decentraland was 1,393 and 1,408, respectively.

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