Seoul, Korea, December 15, 2022 – (SEAPRWire) – STELSI, the first construction metaverse project, announced its whitelist event starting from December 12th to 19th to celebrate the first sales of their NFT.
A whitelist is a database of wallet addresses that receive early access to an NFT collection before its public launch. Those who are in STELSI whitelist have the option of buying newly released STELSI NFTs before the rest of the market at much lower transaction fees.
STELSI, the Unreal-Engine-powered Web 3 project, is a new construction metaverse project that provides realistic graphics.
The project is recently getting attention in the metaverse market with its unique strengths which allow users to own buildings easily within the metaverse by eliminating all the regulations that exist in the construction process in reality. Also, users can take advantage of the STELSI ecosystem as well as share thoughts through community activities.
STELSI NFTs are composed of four types: land, exterior, interior, and landscaping. Users who are on the whitelist will have the access to purchase the first 132 limited Land NFTs with a 30% discounted price. In addition, those who purchased the NFT will be receiving exterior NFTs as well.
“STELSI will gain its fame through providing a high-quality construction experience and community which will become a leading construction process platform through NFT in the market,” said STELSI officials.
STELSI NFT sales will start from December 21st to 23rd on the STELSI webpage.
Company: STELSI Inc.
Contact: Danny Kim
Telephone: +82 10-3982-4189
SOURCE: STELSI Inc.
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