After launching a partnership with MOBLAND, US-based rapper and his son Cordell Broadus aka ChampMedici, digital marijuana will be brought to the metaverse. Snoop will own and operate the digital weed farm in MOBLAND, a blockchain game backed by Twitch Co-Founder Justin Kan, Do Kwon, Animoca Brands, and others. A limited collection of Snoop Dogg''s digital marijuana non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and exclusive content
According to FXEmpire''s press release, the weed farms are a part of the third generation of NFTs. NFT 1.0 is about individual character and item, NFT 2.0 is about land and real estate, and NFT 3.0 is about business and utility on the other hand, according to MOBLAND''s co-founder.
My son demonstrated me the importance of collaboration with MOBLAND to create the first-ever digital weed farms as NFTs. There is a paradigm shift here, and I want to be at the forefront of this, according to Snoop Dogg.
My father played video games throughout his life. Cannabis and game controllers live hand in hand with him, so I think it''s no good to connect the metaverse and digital weed, added Champ Medici, who is also active in the NFT community.
MOBLAND, the first Mafia-themed metaverse previously known as Syn.City, is an action-adventure role-playing game in which the users acquire, manage, trade, and expand their syndicate.
The initial game mechanics starts as a real-time card battler, but players can use the character''s abilities when they are cooled off in real-time. Additional features include first-person shooter games, strategy games, farming games, and even MMO games.
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Snoop Dogg, who is a hip-hop superstar and musician, has become one of the most vocal members of the crypto industry. After developing a virtual version of his real-life house and holding a virtual concert in The Sandbox, he has now switched his focus to MOBLAND.