Decentraland Sees a Record USD 913,000 Virtual Land Sale

Eimantas Žemaitis
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Ethereum (ETH)-based open-world virtual reality (VR) game Decentraland just recorded the largest virtual land acquisition in its history. The buyer, virtual real-estate firm Republic Realm paid over USD 913,000 for 259 parcels of digital in-game land, paid in 1,295,000 MANA tokens.

Source: Screenshot / Decentraland Marketplace

The virtual property was packaged as a non-fungible (NFT) LAND token, and constitutes the largest in-game USD sale so far.

Decentraland is a crypto-powered metaverse game with true ownership over all in-game items, its own native currency MANA, and active player-driven in-game economy. It lets players acquire, sell, build, and develop their own items, venues, and services.

Meanwhile, Republic Realm belongs to online investment platform Republic, which has backing from crypto exchange Binance, as well as Galaxy Digital’s Galaxy Interactive, AngelList, and others.

According to, the previous record virtual land sale was recorded on May 28. At the time, the buyer paid nearly USD 704,000, which was equivalent to 759,361 MANA tokens.


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