Outsider Interactive is launching The Outerverse, which they describe as an anti-metaverse NFT platform. The company hopes this new mission will bring out more people and promote environmental sustainability.
The announcement bureaucracy is part of the latest trends at Outside, the Boulder-based parent company of out-of-home and healthy living media manufacturers, along with Outside mag, Vegetarian Times, and others.
In an observation, they introduced the release of an NFT market and a publishing platform for out-of-bounds content. They may even introduce a loyalty program that encourages other people to spend time away from home. Together they are the “Outerverse”.
In addition, the NFTs will live to tell the story of the Solana blockchain, which is known for its eco-friendly resources.
How does the outer paintings work?
“The concept of the outer is the anti-metaverse. My goal is not to get people to spend more time in VR or indoors on screens,” said Outside CEO Robin Thurston.
The Outside NFT platform will release its first NFT Collection in June. It is also referred to as the “Outerverse Passport” and it will provide huge benefits for holders. The NFT comes with a three-year subscription to Outside+ as long as they hold onto the NFT. What’s extra, it gives you the holders with early access to NFTs and rewards.
The Outerverse will create paintings using information from its personal Gaia GPS product and third-party health trackers. This allows Outside Interactive to track when people are outside and rate them accordingly. “The reality is that there are millions of creators on the planet in the outdoor, active lifestyle category that we would like to have a broader relationship with,” Thurston says.
This era of “to earn” could give health trading an extra boost as it looks like it’s entering the NFT marketplace and the wider Web 3.0.