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The Nemesis partners with LandVault

With a team of 120 architects, designers and developers, Landvault has built over 100 million square feet of metaverse real estate across different platforms and over 200 metaverse experiences, for brands like Mastercard, L’Oreal, Heineken, as well as Web3 projects like World of Women, MAYC and AlienBoy.

After the launch of our Companions NFT collection last year, many members of LandVault community were among the first supporters of our project and are still active members of our community :)
This collaboration will strenghten our relationship and help both companies to boost metaverse development on behalf of brands, communities and companies worldwide.

"We're thrilled for this partnership with one of the leading developers in the metaverse space, an early comer to the industry just like ourselves - says David Wallach, member of our board - and to be able to boost all the depth and width of The Nemesis for the benefit of brands, communities, and companies who seek an easy access to a solid platform where they can build valuable and engaging experiences for users around the globe".

The Nemesis will immediately become a premier partner for LandVault to get brands to understand the importance of innovative technologies and guide them along this path, showcasing the different (and highly diverse) opportunities offered by Web3.

Alessandro Capezza, LandVault’s Global Head of Ecosystem Partnerships shared his excitement for the partnership: "I have been following The Nemesis for a long time and I believe their offering is unique in the Metaverse space. LandVault and The Nemesis becoming Building Partners perfectly fits both companies' goals and we can't wait to start building on their platform, offering our global roster of clients the opportunity to build onto a top-notch mobile-ready Metaverse."

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Author: The Nemesis