The Sandbox Sets to Launch a Virtual Music Hub in the Metaverse
The Sandbox has teamed up with prominent artists and music brands to create Infinite Pulse, an immersive music neighborhood that will be up for grabs via a virtual land sale in July.
Enter Infinite Pulse, an inclusive space for music enthusiasts in The Sandbox
Leading user-generated metaverse The Sandbox (TSB) is set to extend its ecosystem with the launch of Infinite Pulse, a virtual music hub featuring an immersive neighborhood built for artists, fans, and Web3 brands.
According to TSB, Infinite Pulse aims to be the music hub of the metaverse, allowing users to attend virtual concerts and live jam sessions with global artists and music enthusiasts. Players can transform their virtual space into a personal studio or an epic music venue, where they can stage virtual gigs and musical events.
To create a truly vibrant neighborhood, The Sandbox has teamed up with iconic artists and music brands to create Infinite Pulse. This includes Warner Music Group, Nuclear Blast, Blond:ish, Jamiroquai, Pixelnyx, and more.
The Infinite Pulse land sale
The Sandbox will also offer users a chance to own a piece of Infinite Pulse via a virtual LAND sale in mid-July. To be exact, 721 regular LANDs and 104 Premium LANDs will be up for sale, with 11 Estates and 10 plots of 1x1 LANDs to be auctioned off on OpenSea.
Interested buyers can sign up for the LAND sale raffle until July 12th, 3 am UTC, by holding at least 1011 SAND in their wallet (Polygon) for the Regular Land raffle or 4683 SAND for Premium Land. The results will be announced on July 14th, 11 am UTC, with the land sale running between July 14th, 12 pm UTC, and July 18th, 12 pm UTC. After that, a public auction will take place on OpenSea from July 18th to 20th to sell off any unsold plots.
"Infinite Pulse is more than just a LAND sale; it represents the groundbreaking movement that is the convergence of music and blockchain technology," wrote The Sandbox. "The sale presents an opportunity to be part of this revolution, to shape the future of music, and to build connections that transcend borders and cultures."
Interested buyers and collectors can check out the official post for more details.