Ertha Metaverse sells Rome NFT for $120,000

On its way to become the industry's top metaverse, Ertha Metaverse appears unstoppable.

Ertha Metaverse sold Rome NFT for a record high of about $120,000.
Rome NFT | Image: Ertha

The project is already known for having one of GameFi's most popular tokens, with a fully diluted market cap of over $380 million at the time of writing. Its creators stated today that they had broken a new sales record.

The buyer who paid $120,000 for the right to call one of Europe's most iconic towns home no longer belongs to the Romans.

Not only do they now manage world-famous landmarks like the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain, but they also have control over Vatican City, the Pope's residence, and the Sistine Chapel.

This is more than previous highs set for Tokyo, which sold for $59,000, and the bulk of Sweden, which sold for $50,000 to a single bidder.

To others, these may appear to be exorbitant sums to invest for digital pieces of property. However, each plot, particularly those with higher costs, comes with a wealth of resources that may be used to create revenue in the form of $ERTHA tokens for the owner.

Each of the 360,000 purchased land plots in the Metaverse collects taxes, fees, and other forms of revenue from the transactions that take place on them.

With Ertha's upward trajectory, Rome NFT purchase price may not appear so exorbitant once the game is launched and hundreds of thousands of players fill its playspace.

Ertha Metaverse is a great place to invest if you want to get in on the metaverse and Play-to-Earn gaming craze.

The gaming marketplace, which is an interactive globe, is updated on a regular basis, with fresh land in new countries being added. Landowners who are thinking about buying a piece of property should not be hesitant. Buyers are lined up and ready to seize land as soon as it becomes available.

There's still a lot to look forward to in Ertha's roadmap, with a long list of exciting enhancements and additions on the way.