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Wakatta collaborates with Roborace to incorporate upgradeable NFTs into the Racing Metaverse Platform
Sensorium DLT, a part of Sensorium, created Wakatta to meet the demands of the entertainment sector with novel NFT types and a suite of growth-oriented business solutions.
Fremont, CA: "We designed Wakatta to meet the challenges of the future and we're thrilled to be joining forces with an ambitious and tech-forward company like Roborace to accelerate impact. Our platform makes this possible by providing our partners with brand new NFT types on top of a first-class network. Moreover, the launch of this partnership certainly speaks to the power of innovative offerings, like upgradable NFTs, and we're looking forward to seeing how the Roborace community will benefit from them", says Alex Blagirev, Wakatta's Project Lead.
Wakatta, an NFT-focused blockchain built by Sensorium DLT, has announced a collaboration with Roborace, the world's first driverless series for full-size racing vehicles operated purely by onboard software systems, which also brings the dynamic mixed reality termed Roborace Metaverse to motorsport. The topics of this metaverse's sellable NFT assets are its characters and items.
Together, the firms will investigate how Wakatta's unique features, such as new forms of NFTs that are completely upgradable, time-limited, and non-hashed, may be implemented across the Roborace Metaverse. In addition, Roborace users will have access to Wakatta-backed upgradable and social NFTs tied to in-platform assets as part of the agreement. Wakatta will also support the selling of NFTs and services linked to NFT smart contracts, among other things.
Upgradable NFTs are the most recent technological innovation in blockchain. They have got meticulously designed to unleash intriguing applications and provide a slew of new opportunities to digital and real-world situations.
Roborace speeds the development of self-driving systems by testing the technology in a variety of controlled scenarios. The corporation has integrated mixed reality components to its racing teams and spectators since the start of its second testing season, called Season Beta. These include virtual items to avoid or gather, as well as course conditions that Roborace's cars must respond to throughout races. Because the self-driving software recognizes these items as actual data from onboard sensors, this platform can perform road-relevant extreme situations to test the robotic cars. In addition, every racing mission during the competition season has a new graphic depiction of these things. As a result, once the mission gets completed, these things can be purchased by fans as NFT assets.
Roborace is the second firm to incorporate Wakatta as a result of this collaboration. Sensorium recently announced that it would power Sensorium Galaxy, the high-quality entertainment metaverse built in partnership with Jay Z's Roc Nation and artists such as David Guetta and Armin van Buure, with the NFT-focused blockchain.