Next Earth, the first true land ownership platform in the metaverse is taking the metaverse to the next level. It is partnering with the Internet of Mobility (Iomob) and Vueling Airlines to create a maiden transportation layer in its metaverse. Being the leading pioneers of a virtual world, the company focuses on increasing the sustainability of the metaverse.
Excited to announce today our partnership with @NextEarth_ metaverse to bring a digital transportation layer for more immersive multimodal journey planning, booking and payment. We also are being joined by @vueling as our first transportation partner. https://t.co/ovkywyl6er
— Internet of Mobility Network (@IoM_protocol) May 9, 2022
As such, it is not surprising that Next Earth is working toward integrating the project with real-world travel and logistics. Iomob will serve as the blockchain for developing the protocol of this mobility marketplace network and token. As a strategic partner, Vueling Airlines will offer development tools and services that will help plan real-Earth journeys.
Even more, users will be able to track carbon emissions and book carbon transportation. All these will take place through the metaverse and Iomob companion app. The developers behind this innovation want to become the brain behind the metaversal industrial revolution. It aims to do this by creating a replica of the Earth in a virtual world. With earlier investments from A100x and Creas, it is getting closer to achieving its goal.
Following the partnership with Vueling Airlines, this venture makes intermodal mobility easier than before. Thanks to its partnership with Vueling Airlines, users can now enjoy 7,000 taxi fleets, micro-mobility in 270+ cities, thousands of parking spaces and 480+ public transit feeds.
Other Details of the Next Earth Partnership with Iomob and Vueling Airlines
Speaking of this partnership Gabor Retfalvi was really looking forward to expanding the transport layer of the Next Earth Metaverse. Here is what the CEO had to say:
“Next Earth and Iomob are simply the perfect match and use case. Developing methods to visualize and experience sustainable travel within Next Earth fundamentally aligns with the natural evolution that underpins our environment and represents a wonderful next step for our company.”
Boyd Cohen is also looking forwards to creating a structure for the success of this project. Here is what the CEO of Iomob had to say:
“We are working alongside Next Earth to create the transportation infrastructure that enables a more exciting and purposeful way to traverse the planet. Airlines are actively strategizing ways to be present in the Metaverse, so extending our relationship with Vueling Airlines to augment their Web3 bookings is a fantastic initiative for everyone.”
Equally, Jesus Monzo is looking toward the outcome of this project. Here is what the Distribution Strategy and Alliances Manager of Vueling had to say:
“Visualizing real-world journeys and using a Metaverse interface to select and book the least polluting trip, has never been done before.