Metaverse Buys Virtual Real Estate On SuperWorld

Metaverse Group a subsidiary of has purchased 40 plots of virtual real estate in the form of NFTs on the Super World Platform

Metaverse Group a subsidiary of has purchased 40 plots of virtual real estate in the form of NFTs on the Super World Platform. is a company that invests in web3 assets linked to the Metaverse, DeFi, NFTs, and Gaming. It is open to public market investors as well for trading. Metaverse, the name that has carved a niche in the virtual real estate companies is owned by earns huge profits via virtual real estate channel by digital advertising and from virtual retail stores.

Possessing a piece of virtual space is the new craze among not only the individual investors but also with big guns like Apple, Puma and Gucci. The realm although is totally new for a common man to understand but the big investment companies and financial institutions are eyeing some larger potential in the capabilities of Web 3 and the Metaverse.

SuperWorld is a virtual world that lives on Ethereum blockchain, and allows its users to buy, sell, collect, and curate over 64 billion unique plots of virtual land. It is mapped over the entire surface of the globe, allowing users to purchase any place on Earth virtually. You enter a world that was till now in your fantasy. The Super virtual world gives access to all the places on Earth ranging from historical monuments to iconic buildings and many more. Each individual plot of virtual land has been given a shape of an NFT measuring 100m x 100m of real world space.

In its recent purchase of 40 NFT plots, the Metaverse Group has acquired virtual hold over Central Park Zoo, the Eden Fine Art Gallery in Manhattan, the Pelican Hotel in Miami Beach, the Louis Vuitton store in Las Vegas, and the list is long.

“Holding landmark locations is essential to Metaverse Group’s growth strategy,” commented Andrew Kiguel, CEO and Executive Chair of Metaverse Group, as reported by “Buying landmark properties increases Metaverse Group’s advertising potential in SuperWorld. As the landmarks themselves will attract foot traffic and maximize our advertising opportunities.”

As SuperWorld, allows users to personalize and curate any location on the planet with an art form like music, video, design etc. and further pin those locations to share them with their followers. The cost of virtual land depends on its location as well as real world valuation.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Metaverse Group and their world-class portfolio to the SuperWorld platform,” says SuperWorld Co-Founder & CEO Hrish Lotlikar. “With the purchase of virtual real estate encompassing these 40 landmark locations on our platform, Metaverse Group puts itself at the vanguard of the virtual real estate space, and will serve as a catalyst for bringing more brands, organizations and individuals into the Metaverse.”

Thus, SuperWorld and with Metaverse Group are setting up the new era of decentralization. The association of big names with them has already hinted towards their worth in the times to come.