M Social Decentraland, part of Singapore-based Millennium Hotels brand, opened for virtual reality platform Decentraland on May 5.
According to Millennium Hotels, M Social is designed “similar to many M Social hotels around the world”. It “embodies the essence of the M Social brand of a forward-looking lifestyle that aims to be a place where everyone can Meet and discover the world of virtual reality Powered by the Ethereum blockchain, Decentraland allows virtual reality enthusiasts to create avatars.
In addition, users can Buy “land” and interact in places Or at events organized by brands. Note that they must access it from a computer. Once setup is complete, they can digital wallet storage Cryptocurrency in order to “stay” in the hotel.
There are already brick-and-mortar M Social hotels in Singapore, Auckland, New York and Paris. The brand was launched by Millennium Hotels in 2016. When you enter the M Social Decentraland ‘lounge’ from the virtual location of Genesis Plaza, it will be Welcomed receptionist avatar.
With your own avatar, you can Mingle with different “guests” online from all over the world. In addition, you can attend events organized on site or even spend the night there. Millennial Hotels said they plan to collaborate with like-minded brands on experiences and events at the new virtual hotel.
M Social Decentraland wants to redefine hospitality
“M Social wants to be like that different, unique said Kwik Ling Ping, CEO of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Group. “Look forward to the future. And we have to Look beyond the traditional model of hospitality and engaging our customers through new immersive experiences.”
“We hope Redefining hospitality with M Social Decentraland. We will create online adventures that integrate with real life events.”
In March, designers such as Paco Rabanne, Dolce & Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger, Elie Saab and others organized virtual groups During Metaverse Fashion Week in Decentraland.
In November a plot of 500 m 2 Virtual in Decentraland It sold for $2.43 million. This sale broke the record for the largest purchase of land ever.
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