Teleport Plaque Addresses, The Guide

The Metaverse is the biggest and most important product of what has become known as Web3. It is basically a virtual reality world that offers a fully immersive experience to its users.

There are many of these virtual worlds already in existence, each offering unique experiences and communities for users to explore and participate in. These virtual worlds allow users to interact with each other, create and share content, and even trade virtual assets using blockchain technology.

This technology allows users to transfer value and data across distributed networks without relying on a centralized third party or authority. This secure system creates unique opportunities for users to interact with each other in an exciting virtual environment.

The metaverse addressing problem.

So, what is the big problem? Why can’t different Metaverses share a unique network the way different web pages do?

Well, it comes down to how virtual land works and how these virtual parcels are identified. Instead of having domain names like webpages do, Metaverse parcels are identified using their coordinates.

Each Metaverse has its own map, and each piece of virtual land in this map is identified using the coordinates it has in it. The problem is that each Metaverse has a map, and the same set of coordinates can repeat in different maps, which means many different virtual parcels have the same exact coordinates on different maps, creating a problem for the idea of unifying the metaverses because which of these various parcels with the same coordinates would be the “real” owner of those coordinates?

The way to solve this problem is to give each parcel its own name, similar to current domain names, instead of coordinates. This is where Stage Meta’s Teleport Plaque Addresses come in.

Teleport Plaque Addresses

Stage Meta comes into the Metaverse business with an entirely new way to locate and access specific areas of virtual worlds with its bleeding-edge Metaverse Teleport Plaque Addresses.

Metaverse Teleport Plaque Addresses, or MTPA, are unique plaques with a six-character code -three letters and three numbers- that are assigned to a specific location on the Metaverse, allowing users to teleport to different locations, and since each one is unique, the problem of the repeated coordinates would be solved.

Stage Meta’s goal is to make MTPA the new addressing protocol in all existing and future Metaverses, finally allowing all Metaverses to be connected and allowing users to travel from one to another instantly.

How Teleport Plaque Addresses work

MTPA are both the addresses and access points to potentially any location in the Metaverse. The six-character codes cannot be replicated, and after a plaque is assigned to a location, it cannot be assigned to another location without breaking this original bond.

MTPA work on a decentralized network, removing all the need for third parties or authorities. They also behave as Smart Contracts in the Ethereum blockchain, so all transactions related to each one are registered in the blockchain.

The virtual worlds where MTPA work will allow users to interact with each other, create and share content, and even trade virtual assets, and MTPA make accessing different locations in these worlds more efficient and easier.

Purchasing Teleport Plaque Addresses

Right now is the best possible moment to purchase a Metaverse Plaque Address, as the floor price of each plaque will grow as more plaques are sold, and it will not go down again. To exemplify this, currently, the floor price is $1,000, but the last plaques to be sold are expected to cost around $10,000.

Besides that, you can trade them as you would any other digital asset, and if assigned to Lands, these can be sold or rented as virtual real estate.

If you want to purchase a Metaverse Teleport Plaque Address, you can do so on Stage Meta’s Website, where you can take advantage of the Meta Energy Orbits and automatically mint any plaque you desire with Stage Meta’s Automatic Minter Engine.