The Great Wearable Creators at Decentraland Will Keep Your Eyes Open

The Great Wearable Creators at Decentraland Will Keep Your Eyes Open

Fashion is a tool to build your identity. It works in the real world and it also works in the virtual world. Virtual identity has no limits, as fashion in the meta-universe has no limits on gravity, creativity, or harmony. Over time, game skins became wearables, and more traditional fashion creators, graphic designers, and 3D creators joined the metaverse scene.

Recently, Decentraland held the first virtual Metaverse Fashion Week, attracting fashion lovers from all over the world. And with the involvement in metaverse spaces, there was a tremendous need to customize digital avatars without borders. As a result, wearables way of expressing one’s personality and stands out from the crowd just like in the real world.

What is a Wearable in Decentraland and How to Own it?

A special wearable device allows you to customize your avatar. It’s like an old-fashioned Sims game where you can choose different accessories and outfits for your character. You can only buy it in Decentraland, keep it in your collection and wear it on special occasions.

There are many different wearables to choose from and as today the Decentraland market offers many options for the local currency MANA. Don’t worry, if you get bored with your outfit, you can always resell it on the secondary market. By default, Decentralized wearable devices It is printed on the Polygon/Matic sidechain so users can print, buy, sell or transfer items without having to pay gas fees.

Find your favorite clothes Decentralized Marketplace or on Offshore.

How Much Does a Wearable Cost?

One of the wearable creators of Decentraland, Yannakis“If you compare it to creating assets for a game, wearables are 10x easier. The technical side is super easy and the financials are not bad at all.”

In his latest Twitter post, “I published 6 collections myself (2 of them not supposed to be sold), cost – 600 MANA, sales – 1,952 MANA, royalties – 11.53, net income – 1363.5 MANA.”

At the time of writing, releasing a wearable for its creator still costs 100 MANA despite recent votes that it should cost more. A adjustment wearable application fee 100 MANA It was originally scheduled for May 26 for 500 USD. On May 26, Decentraland’s official Twitter account announced that the implementation had been delayed.

For more detailed instructions on creating a wearable device, read: decentralized blog login.

Wearable Creators to Follow

The creators of wearables are really active on Twitter, and that’s probably the best place to look for them. One of the most remarkable creators, textureoffers a wide variety of wearables, from iconic Doki shoes to ombre balloon braids. Other great creators to watch on Decentraland: JTV, DOCTORdripp, cyclopa, and fractilians.

Wearable device owners often fed through giveaways and special rewards, but sometimes there is also a transition to a special community.

The most interesting thing to see will be how the creators will evolve. For now, there are few creators combining the digital with the physical. My guess is that they will eventually become the digital fashion houses of the future.

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