It is looking like good times for the different stakeholders in the metaverse as GP Metaverse combines games, sports, collectibles, and utility to create an innovative project that will challenge the status quo in the virtual space. GP Metaverse is an NFT-based virtual race car collection featuring 10,000 unique NFTs, with the sale scheduled to start on March 13 on OpenSea and the official website, offering a one-of-a-kind digital collectible.
Romain Grosjean, currently IndyCar and former F1 driver, expressed his excitement about the project, saying: “GP Metaverse is an exciting NFT project where autosport, gamification and collectibles come together and cool that I have my own unique car NFT too.”
The global NFT market has practically exploded in recent times, with the concept enjoying massive popularity and acceptance amidst the emergence of a plethora of projects from different parts of the world across industries. However, the developers of GP Metaverse seek to take the experience to a whole new level by bringing the adrenaline-pumping feeling in a race car events to the virtual space while creating a community that mutually benefits all members, irrespective of their location.
The collection offers 10,000 NFTs, with each holder of GP Metaverse Car (GPMC) having access to an exclusive community and prizes as well as the chance to win an invitation to Monaco for a yacht party and motorsport event weekend. The collection is broadly categorized into 2 – 1,000 Special Livery Cars and 9,000 Unique Cars, each package having distinct perks and features.
Benefits of holding GP Metaverse Cars and being a part of the community include monthly giveaways, access to metaverse events, 25 golden helmet NFT giveaway, in-person events, and special offers from partners of the project. Other benefits to GPMC NFT holders are merchandise, NFT airdrop, whitelist for projects, and access to a soon-to-be-launched P2E game. The metaverse will also have a podcast series that will feature discussions on motorsport, the latest technologies in the industries, and everything in between, with 20% exclusive content only for holders.
The revolutionary metaverse is based on the eco-friendly Polygon blockchain, ensuring better energy efficiency and zero gas fees for every car purchase. In line with the goal of building a blockchain community for all, GP Metavese seeks to bring together petrolheads worldwide virtually through platforms such as Discord as well as via in-person meetings, featuring big names accessible only to NFT holders. There are also plans to support young, talented, passionate racers through Racing Academies sponsorship.
One of the major projects in the GP Metaverse is the gamification project that includes 9 teams competing for the top prize. The GP Metaverse is also gaining traction, with the likes of Romain Grosjean and BMW partnering on the project. Romain Grosjean will have this own branded car with token #0008, his driver number. Romain will offer different benefits or giveaways for NFT holders, including signed merchandise, Video call sessions, Sim sessions with GP Metaverse community and his eSports Sim Racing Team and will be an ambassador of GP Metaverse. There are also plans to bring in more sponsors and influencers into the metaverse, with 99 cars reserved for interested brands and companies.