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The Smurfs Join the World’s First Educational Gaming Metaverse, The Winkyverse, in First Public Land Sale

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Disclaimer: The text below is a press release that is not part of Cryptonews.com editorial content.Mainbot, creator of the first educational gaming metaverse, The Winkyverse, announces its partnership with IMPS, global license holder of The Smurfs.The Winkyverse, Youtube channelThe Winkyverse, First Trailer of PomokataThe Winkyverse is a warm, welcoming and accessible realm that appeals to all audiences – adults, children and families alike.

It’s a world where Humans and Nature coexist in harmony, and where players can grasp the importance of cooperation and knowledge gathering in protecting the environment through a vast option of playable quests that are equal parts fun, and equal parts educational.The universe’s dedication to environmental preservation also lead The Winkyverse and Mainbot to abide by the same principles in their development and operations.

This includes building the use of a future blockchain that is as carbon neutral as possible, the founding of an ethics committee to oversee the metaverse experience and lastly, the creation of a foundation that would donate 2% of The Winkyverse’s profits to organizations that focus on the environment, education and childhood development.The iconic small, blue and endearing characters known as The Smurfs, created by Peyo, will celebrate their 65th anniversary in 2023.

Known for their education-based values, the Smurfs have served as a vehicle to spread joy, positivity, the spirit of teamwork and ecological awareness for decades.They made their entry into the metaverse in 2020, and are now continuing their journey by becoming the first partnered owners of a land in Pomokata, the first biome in The Winkyverse.

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