Terra Virtua is an NFT crypto project that is setting record after record after being listed on Binance. The token, called TVK, recently broke $1 while the market capitalization is still under $100 million. Let’s take a closer look at what this is all about!
Terra Virtua – The Project
Terra Virtua is an NFT platform for mobile, AR and VR that uses blockchain technology. Anyone can collect, create, buy or resell Collectibles. Among the examples shown on the website, there is one that we particularly liked: imagine you own a vintage car and you want to show it to the public. How do you do that? Simply by displaying it in virtual mode! The same applies to many other products such as vinyl collections, rare cards and so on. In short, there are so many uses for NFT platforms and this sector is just beginning. Currently, NFTs are a hot topic both in the crypto niche and in the mainstream sector seeing that in the last few days we are reading about NFTs even on exclusive portals such as Forbes, CNN, BBC and so on.
Returning to Terra Virtua, the website offers many other features that we will now list. First, let’s talk about the Marketplace!
The Marketplace: When entering the TerraVirtua.io website you will notice a marketplace where it is possible to sell or buy other NFTs. To find specific NFTs, simply use the various filters offered in the marketplace. If there is an ‘on sale’ tag, the product is for sale, otherwise, the desired NFT has already been sold. If the product you are looking for does not appear, try to use fewer keywords or select fewer filters. Obviously, it is also possible to put products up for sale and these will always be available on the Auction Page in the Terra Virtua navigation menu. In order to find rare projects simply select the Rare category before searching. If you don’t see the Add to Cart button, the reason is that someone has already purchased the product you are trying to buy, so all that’s left is for you to bid again and hope that the owner wants to resell this NFT.
Profile. After connecting to the Terra Virtua website you will have to choose an avatar that will be shown to all other users. All avatars can be resold except for the basic ones you choose during account creation. These include Fifi, Terraborg and Neon Ray. Obviously, in order to purchase products, you will need funds, which you can deposit via your account page (by clicking on the avatar you chose earlier). Terra Virtua allows you to add credit cards to make purchases. If you have problems with one card, you can add others, as there are no card limits. Of course, in addition to credit cards, Terra Virtua also allows you to connect an Ethereum account of your choice. And if you don’t want to use the account anymore, there is also the option to deactivate it. Be careful because it will be difficult to restore your account afterwards, as you will have to contact support. (So avoid this unless you are sure you no longer want to use your account).
The TVK Token of Terra Virtua Kolekt
According to the data shown on CoinGecko, the TVK token has a maximum supply of 1.2 billion units. At the moment, however, there are less than 100 million tokens in circulation. The price is about 1 dollar, so the marketcap is 90 million dollars. Fully diluted is $1.2 billion. The lowest price ever reached is 0.033 cents on the dollar, while the highest price was reached today and is 1.07 dollars. Truly impressive numbers and explosive growth like many other NFT projects. Happy trading!