Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) operate on decentralized blockchains, which gives NFT communities and their creators the freedom to operate without the supervision of an organization with the authority to control movements such as banks and government organizations. The emerging NFT known as vEmpire, however, believes that there is a pressing need to ensure that decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO) remain legitimately decentralized. At the growth rate that the Metaverse is going through with the influx of all sorts of communities over the past few years, it is almost difficult to decide which ones will stay true to decentralization.
vEmpire is poised to shake things up a little bit to draw attention to this very important concern in the blockchain today. The community’s primary intention is to ensure that NFT collectors, holders, and investors get the profit that they deserve from the money they put out to be part of a project. It is uniquely designed to push back against so-called decentralized projects that seem to have centralized over time.
The upcoming NFT community is taking on a big responsibility as it embarks on an exciting adventure of invading metaverses, which vEmpire believes have deviated from the true nature and essence of decentralization. In the process of doing this, it also hopes to make strong alliances with other groups or individuals who also believe in the importance of this cause. By making its presence felt and educating others about the value of genuine decentralization, the team behind vEmpire sincerely hopes it can influence outcomes and redistribute profits back to those who deserve them.
At the helm of making this initiative possible is Dominic Ryder, the CEO and founder of vEmpire, who used to be a stockbroker turned blockchain enthusiast. He has gone from wealth management to metaverse invasion after realizing the massive potential of investing in NFTs. His rebellious nature and non-conformity inspired him to develop vEmpire and show the rest of the world what being a decentralized autonomous organization truly means. Working alongside him is COO and co-founder Mike Ryder. Prior to coming on board, he has been creating interactive solutions for his high-profile clients. Mike is more into gaming, and his vast knowledge of the industry allowed him to contribute greatly in making vEmpire an original project that is not taking things sitting down.
“The sky’s the limit with vEmpire. We will become a household name. We’ve created a brand new concept, and we hope that more crypto projects will emerge from this niche that we’ve created. Eventually, there will be thousands of forks and new protocols following in our footsteps. You have the opportunity to become a part of the very first one,” explained Dominic Ryder.
Before the year ends, vEmpire will be launching its fully functioning staking platform. By the first quarter of 2022, it will introduce cross-chain functionality, which would mean the top three trading card series on Opensea. These will be followed by the SOL functionality $ATLAS staking and the release of the secondary game. The community trading card game will also feature a lot of impressive artworks that will surely generate a lot of attention.
Interested holders should be on the lookout for hidden content within some of the NFTs as this could lead to a prize of more than eight million VEMP.