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Yuga Labs launches the Otherside Metaverse tech demo to test the platform’s limits before its official launch on July 16.
Otherside is a Bored Ape Yacht Club Metaverse created by Yuga Labs. The company partners with British Metaverse technology organization Improbable to develop the virtual world and perform the tech demo.
Yuga Labs invites Otherdeed holders to join the load tests on July 6 and July 9. North America and Europe-based users will be able to participate in the tests through desktop and laptop devices. Holders residing in other regions will be able to access the demo via a private live stream.
“There is no total number for capacity. The load test will start at 3,000 players and increase in 1,000 player increments every 2-3 minutes. Anyone who doesn’t get in because capacity has been reached for that 2-3 minute block will be able to retry in the next block,” says Otherside’s official Twitter page.
Attendees of the tests will be verified through a live stream and will be eligible for any benefits that will come up during the First Trip. The latter is “the first tech demo of the Otherside, for Voyagers only. A celebration of what’s to come and an opportunity for Voyagers to gather, explore, and plan,” explains the Otherside website.
The total supply of Otherdeed NFTs is 100,000 items. The current floor price of the collection is 2.78 ETH (approximately $3,050), and 313.3K was traded.
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