The web3 SaaS project NETICALLY Announces launching a new e-commerce metaverse on Polygon in collaboration with several prominent figures and firms from the crypto space. Named COMEARTH, the metaverse hopes to become the front for all the brands and products on web3 through virtual lands and storefronts.
NETICALLY was designed as a web3 software-as-a-service platform to open enterprises and businesses to NFTs. The project offers several tools and infrastructures, including the white-label storefronts and Shopify for NFTs. The project allows users ranging from celebrities to influencers to gamers to monetize their digital products among more than 9,000 NFT marketplaces and storefronts across the crypto space.
Thanks to the backup provided by several investors, the SaaS platform is about to begin a unique journey into web3 e-commerce. COMEARTH will be designed on Polygon as a virtual planet representing the global market for web3 products. More importantly, the design will address several issues in the modern commercial environment, including unsustainability, monopolization, intangibility, and security.
Active investors in this project include the co-founders of Polygon, Sandeep Nailwal, and Jaynti Kanani. And what’s more, DeFi and TradFi global brands like Polygon, CEAT, Blockchain Council, SporteNFT, and others have also gone onboard the COMEARTH metaverse. With an expansive backup, the metaverse will build an immersive experience for the commercial environment with Virtual Reality.
Landowners in COMEARTH can start building their stores just a few minutes after joining. They have cutting-edge APIs, DIY tools, and ready-made templates that can be deployed while customizing the storefronts. And what’s more astonishing about the APIs is that they can link your business with web2 platforms like Salesforce, Shopify, OpenKart, Magenta, WooCommerce, and others.
The 3D converter on COMEARTH can turn any 2D images into a web3-supported 3D model. It makes web3 migration seamless for the web2 platforms with intrinsic NFTs linked directly to the products. The product display on COMEARTH becomes even more immersive with 360°displays and analytical insights available at the click of a mouse.
Thanks to the vision behind the project, many believe that COMEARTH would become the Amazon.com of web3. It will be a one-stop solution for users to meet with their favorite brands, products, and creators. On top of everything, the hyper-personalization of shopping becomes even more secure with decentralization.
The plan for a unified web3 e-commerce metaverse was initiated only after extensive research. As per the reports, two out of five companies in web2 are considering putting nearly half of their budget into emerging trends like Metaverse, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality. Even more surprisingly, the capital allocation of big tech companies towards web3 has significantly increased in recent times.
Brian Trunzo, Metaverse Lead at Polygon Studios, expressed his delight in having COMEARTH on board as it is expected to play a key role in global web3 adoption.