Carrieverse Explains Land Level System & Rental System
Carrieverse players can upgrade Industrial and Commercial NFTs through the land level system using in-game tokens, while the rental system makes it possible for holders of those same assets to earn passively by letting others borrow their NFTs.
3D metaverse platform Carrieverse has recently published a post explaining how its land level system and rental system work.
The leveling system is applied particularly to two of its land NFTs: Industrial NFT and Commercial NFT. This means that you can level these NFTs up, and by doing so, you’re unlocking the potential of earning more. By leveling up the Industrial NFT, you’re able to produce more items simultaneously, while the time needed to produce various items is reduced. As for the Commercial NFT, leveling it up enables the ability to sell more items through the department store, increasing the number of items you’re able to create. According to the explanation, the items are randomly selected, while using the $CELEB token makes it possible to select which new items you’d like to make and sell. The process of leveling up these NFTs takes a certain amount of time, and doing so requires having enough in-game tokens, with the article stating that “once you start leveling up land NFTs, you can not cancel or transfer your Land NFTs to another.” For the start of this metaverse’s economy, players will be able to level up these NFTs up to level 40.
As for the land rental system, that one too applies to the previously mentioned NFTs: Industrial and Commercial. Holders looking to earn passively when they’re not actively can let others borrow their assets. In order to make it possible for other players to rent your holdings, you’ll have to pay a small registration fee in order for the land to appear on the rental list. Once a rental period is over, you’ll be given a certain percentage of the profits made.
Some more details on these systems can be found in the official Medium post linked in the tweet down below.