THE METAVERSE MEETS THE UNIVERSE: SPACEONE INDUSTRIES RELEASES THE FIRST-EVER MISSION PATCHES ACTIVATED TO MINT FROM SPACE
COMES WITH METAVERSE AND IN REAL LIFE EXPERIENCES AND WEARABLES; RAISES FUNDS FOR SPACE EDUCATION
SPACEONE Industries has partnered with Banquet Labs and Prager Metis CPAs to release MetaMission One (MM1), a unique collaboration to bring you the first-ever Mission Patches that are activated to mint from space.
The Meta-Mission One Patches are designed to connect the space community through digital and in real-life (IRL) wearables and experiences, and promote space exploration and education in conjunction with The Planetary Society.
Meta-Mission One offers two flight packages, PILOT and COMMANDER:
The PILOT package (.1 ETH) contains a minted from space Pilot Mission Patch, a polygon “Spacewalker” sneaker in a Decentraland-compatible wearable version, boarding pass and commerorative flight certificate.
The COMMANDER package (.5 ETH) As well as all of the assets contained in the Pilot Package, the Commander package holders will also receive tokenized Moon Jacket video with original composition scored by Mark Plati, David Bowies’ music director, and a Decentraland-compatible wearable jacket. The package also comes with a black physical jacket with as well as an IRL Astro Wallet. The Astro Wallet includes a QR code on the inside that activates an immersive AR lunar moonwalk experience and also contains an NFC chip so that can be electronically authenticated any physical product.
A percentage of the sales will be used to benefit The Planetary Society, the world’s largest and most influential non-profit space organization. Founded in 1980 by Carl Sagan, the Planetary Society is supported by over 50,000 members in more than 100 countries and is overseen by its Chief Executive Officer, Bill Nye.
The MM1 spaceflight is be facilitated through the Artemis Space Network. The MM1 Patches are minted on Polygon, one of the most environmentally efficient blockchain platforms.
SPACEONE is planning other events highlighting significant space related activities this year including the launch of the Artemis rocket, studying the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope, and other planetary updates. The company will enlist experts in the field and discussions will take place both in the Metaverse and in the real world.