Mossland has been continuously releasing practical use cases of entertainment services based on virtual reality, augmented reality, and non-fungible tokens(NFTs).
Mossland's metaverse features NFTs and entertainment services that reflect the real world and pursues an integrated economic system through Moss Coin(MOC).
Mossland is an open-source metaverse platform that brings together microservices utilizing Mosscoin. It was developed to expand the usability of Mosscoin and attract more users and developers to the Mossland ecosystem. Within the Mossland metaverse, users can buy and sell digital/offline goods using MOC, accumulate points through various mini-games, and participate in events.
Mossland metaverse is being developed as an open-source project, allowing anyone to contribute by proposing ideas and participating in development.
The Mossland Project aims to enhance transparency and foster open-source participation by developing mini-services within the Mossland metaverse through an open-source hackathon, thus increasing the utility of Mosscoin. The goal of this project is to develop and provide various content within the metaverse as open-source. The hackathon will take place on a public GitHub repository, allowing anyone to propose ideas and participate in development.
CyberTHUG Gecko Club
CyberTHUG Gecko Club, is an NFT (Non-Fungible Token) game project that allows players to experience the breeding process of Crested Geckos, a type of lizard, in a virtual environment. This game is hosted within the CyberTHUG Gecko Club and takes inspiration from the Crested Gecko species.
The CyberTHUG Gecko Club is implemented in the form of an NFT game, where ownership and transactions of in-game items are transparently recorded using blockchain technology. Through this, participants can own and trade Gecko morphs, generating value for NFTs and enjoying social interactions within the game platform.
CyberTHUG is a PFP(Profile Picture) NFT project that originated in Mossland. This project forms a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), which is a distributed self-governing entity based on blockchain technology. Participants collectively determine and operate the direction of the project within this DAO.
CyberTHUG also places great importance on Public Service Announcements (PSAs). PSAs play a crucial role in delivering important information to the public and raising awareness about social issues. CyberTHUG strives to improve the state of society and raise awareness of social problems through such PSAs. By doing so, it aims to instill a sense of social responsibility among participants and contribute to increasing social value.
MATCH PREDICTION 999
Predict 999' is a service where users predict the outcomes of sports matches and receive prizes based on the results. Participants make predictions for daily provided sports match results. Based on their predictions, participants are ranked, and they can receive weekly prize rewards in Mosscoin (MOC) based on their ranking.
'Predict 999' is a service where users predict sports match results and receive prizes. It features prediction competitions for various sports, including professional baseball, soccer, League of Legends, and international football. Participants are ranked based on their prediction results and have the opportunity to receive weekly prizes in Mosscoin (MOC). Mossland aims to provide a way to enjoy sports through analyzing and predicting them, and this project originated from an attempt to combine sports data and blockchain technology.
Service opened on April 1, 2021, Service closed on March 8, 2022.
Royal Marble is a simulated monopoly game where users can engage in 1:1 battles with other players by combining various elements such as buildings, avatars, and dice within the game. It is classified as a casual collectible board & manager game and takes place in the Monopoly universe that reflects the real world. The goal of the game is to collect and nurture cards while competing for top rankings. One of its key features is a 1:1 PvP game that combines real-world landmarks with the globally popular tabletop game, Monopoly.
Royal Marble explores the utility of Mosscoin through the operation of eSports tournaments. To achieve this, it introduces a paid tournament content called Mossland League, allowing participation fees and tournament prizes to be used in Mosscoin.
Liga Rocket is a mobile casual game that provides a platform for sustainable eSports tournaments. This game offers a casual gameplay format that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and genders, with cash prizes awarded in the tournaments.
The game focuses on hosting daily tournaments and managing prize distribution to create sustainable eSports competitions. Tournament operation is a core element of the game, encouraging the passion and participation of competitors through the prize system. Liga Rocket is characterized by highly addictive and competitively ranked hyper-casual gameplay.
Furthermore, Liga Rocket enables global accessibility without national barriers by introducing a digital asset prize system.
Gangsta Underground: The Poker is a poker league game set in the dark alleyways of the underworld. This game provides players with excitement and challenges through intense gameplay accompanied by realistic and gangster-themed characters. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, the game offers a high level of virtual reality (VR) experience, immersing players in the role of gangsters playing poker in the backstreets of the real world.
The game aims to integrate blockchain technology and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as digital assets. Players can own and trade NFT digital assets acquired within the game, allowing them to interact with the game's economic system. This combination leverages the transparency and security of blockchain to ensure ownership and transaction records of in-game assets, providing players with new experiences and value.
Gangsta Underground: The Poker is a project that attempts to achieve a high level of virtual reality experience through the fusion of virtual reality and blockchain technology.
The Hunters is a location-based gaming rewards app. Users of this app can collect virtual gold scattered around their vicinity and exchange this gold for a virtual currency called Mosscoin through landmark check-ins. It is designed to engage users in a fun way by incorporating game elements based on real-world location information.
Mosscoin can be used for various purposes, such as purchasing goods or withdrawing to a personal wallet. Within the app, users can explore and purchase a variety of products and services available for purchase with Mosscoin. Additionally, they can withdraw Mosscoin to a personal wallet and convert it into cryptocurrency or transfer it to another wallet.
Service opened on May 20, 2019, Service closed on May 18, 2020.
Service closed due to Covid-19.
Mossland The Auction is an auction service offered within Mossland, providing a platform for the sale of virtual landmarks. Through this service, users can become owners of landmarks and possess famous landmarks such as Lotte World Tower, Eiffel Tower, and Statue of Liberty. Mossland has developed the auction service to explore new areas beyond token transactions in the blockchain market.
Mosscoin is the digital asset used for transactions within the service, and it has recorded trading volumes of up to $7.4 million per day, indicating the potential and possibilities of the blockchain services provided by Mossland. Through Mossland The Auction, users can own virtual landmarks through auctions, experiencing the transparent and secure trading environment offered by blockchain.
Service opened on Oct 12, 2018, Service closed on Feb 26, 2020.
GAME JAM SEOUL
Mossland and Room Network jointly organized the Blockchain Game Jam Seoul to foster the development of the blockchain gaming industry. The event brought together various participants interested in blockchain and gaming, forming seven teams to develop games and showcase various blockchain technologies over a period of three days.
Mossland and Room Network provided a sidechain for blockchain game development during the event, supporting participants in creating blockchain-based games easily and swiftly. Approximately 60 developers, designers, and planners took part, with the winning team receiving prizes, Mosscoin cryptocurrency, and support for subsequent development.
Blockchain Game Jam Seoul took place at Nonce, a blockchain research group's community space, and was sponsored by the cryptocurrency exchange GOPAX, programming education organization LikeLion, and blockchain media center Decenter.