As the metaverse world continues to grow astronomically over the past few weeks, tons of people are spending millions of dollars in buying of virtual land and other types of property, in the metaverse.
37-year old Robert Doyle said he’d already started making money out of those assets.
Doyle owns a virtual car-repair shop and a bank in a metaverse that isn’t even fully live yet and he’s made almost $100,000 in six months
His virtual property is located in Polka City, a multi blockchain metaverse gaming platform that launched in 2021.
Players can buy non-fungible tokens that represent virtual taxis, gas stations, billboards and even motorcycles.
They then earn weekly interest paid in the platform’s native token.
According to the platform’s roadmap, users already own and trade digital assets.
The game itself is due to launch soon. The roadmap describes it as the “GTA of Cryptocurrency“, in a nod to the cult “Grand Theft Auto” series of action games set in a virtual world.
“I do think this could be a billion-dollar game. So if this game gets to a billion-dollar market cap, the price of the token could be, $30, $40, $50 – depending on what happens and these will pay out for quite some time going forward because the game hasn’t even launched yet,” Doyle said during an interview with reporters.