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Pakistan’s Faisal Mosque now featured in Decentraland Metaverse with a complete 3D view.

Over the years, technology has significantly transformed our lives in every aspect and will continue to do so.

One of the most revolutionary advancements of the past century is the Internet, particularly the World Wide Web (www), which has profoundly reshaped the data and communication industry.

The advent of the web brought about Web 2.0, a paradigm shift that enabled users to contribute and share content with their network, thereby placing greater emphasis on user engagement.

Now, we are entering the era of Web 3.0, characterized by decentralization and permission-less systems. This new phase will empower users with even greater control over their content and creations through decentralization.

The concept of the Metaverse is taking shape, offering a complete virtual experience akin to a distinct digital life. In the Metaverse, users can interact with minimal intermediation while sharing information and value. Decentraland stands out as one of the most prominent Metaverse platforms built on a decentralized foundation.

Decentraland is a leading 3D virtual world browser-based platform where users can acquire virtual property in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The platform is owned and governed by its users through a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO).

As one of the largest Metaverse platforms, Decentraland boasts the biggest Metaverse cryptocurrency by market capitalization, currently valued at around $4.5 billion at the time of writing.

While users can trade land and various NFTs on this platform, Mudassar Ali and Umair Mustafa from Pakistan have collaborated to showcase Pakistan’s presence by creating a stunning 3D representation of Faisal Masjid (Mosque) within the Decentraland Metaverse.

This groundbreaking model offers users the opportunity to explore the architectural beauty of this iconic mosque within a virtual environment.

Umair and Mudassar, as pioneers of Metaverse 3D artwork in Pakistan, aspire to create more similar models that they believe have yet to be thoroughly explored, not only locally but also globally.

These renowned architectural structures will be available for purchase by users from the NFT marketplace. Once acquired, they can be displayed in the Metaverse as immersive 3D scenes, adding further value to the design if the user owns virtual land to showcase it.

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