Global – Seeking to carve a community-centric niche in the Web3 space, metaverse platform some.place offers a serene online meeting space for those who hold non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The platform will feature a marketplace, gallery room and other public areas where users can display their NFTs and interact with one another. To gain entry, hopeful members must purchase its proprietary NFT – a sleek 3D potion bottle that it calls Genesis.
Founded by women entrepreneurs, some.place aims to offer a more equally gendered virtual experience for NFT communities. Looking ahead, the platform plans to have regular marketplace drops with brands, artists and celebrity collaborations. By taking this approach, some.place recognises the importance of growing a digital community before launching an array of digital assets, rather than the other way around.
Through its considered and curated approach to NFT trading and women-first community-building, some.place sets an example to other online networks hoping to launch in the post-social era.
As NFT ownership trickles down to the masses, brands have an opportunity to establish virtual clubhouses for its early adopters