OnePlanet to support global expansion of MetaToyDragonZ on Polygon

Rick Steves

OnePlanet has also agreed on future partnerships to onboard promising Sandbox Network projects to the Polygon ecosystem.

OnePlanet, the NFT Marketplace powered by Polygon, has partnered with Sandbox Network to provide technical and ecosystem support for the global expansion of MetaToyDragonZ (MTDZ).

Sandbox Network is a popular YouTube Multi-Channel Network in South Korea with over 3 billion monthly views from its creator IP across gaming, entertainment, and sports industries.

The network has developed its own NFT Meta Toy DragonZ on Klaytn and successfully connected creators to the Web3 community, with plans to expand its ecosystem by creating Meta Toy World (MTW) and launching various multichain games and metaverse projects. MTDZ will launch the re-branded MTDZ 2.0 at the beginning of next year.

In addition, a P2E game project based on the IP of MTDZ going by the name of Meta Toy City has started its Closed-Beta Test this month, and its official release will take place next year.

OnePlanet provides a wide range of support for NFT and game projects on Polygon as well as technical support for projects to add more utilities to their NFTs, such as implementing the trading of NFTs with each project’s native ERC-20 token.

The partnership will see OnePlanet supporting MTDZ to expand to the Polygon ecosystem and reach a broader range of global users.

Pryce Cho, CEO at OnePlanet, said: “We are pleased to bring great partners to Polygon, the most suitable ecosystem for projects to expand globally. OnePlanet will continually support our partners to settle and grow on Polygon.”

OnePlanet has also agreed on future partnerships to onboard promising Sandbox Network projects to the Polygon ecosystem. In particular, OnePlanet will be providing launching and marketing support to Meta Toy City by offering minting and marketplace service, based on the experience of collaborating with key game projects on Polygon such as Derby Stars and Tower Token by Animoca Brands.

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