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Why would you buy a gem in Metaverse?

A gem is not a key, a ticket, or a pass. It won’t open the door to a brave new world for you, won’t make you a king or a member of a private club. But do you really need it?

A gem is just a gem. Just as gems exist in the real world, so there are gems in the metaverse. Yes, you can use them to make jewelry or otherwise. But the feeling of owning something rare – isn’t that a special pleasure? We created the first 10,000 gems collection in the metaverse, just like nature did in the real world. What are our main tools? Random.

Why would you buy a gem in the metaverse? The answer would be the same as for the real world. Find your amulet, make a return to invest, or make it part of a collection.

You know that people long ago learned how to make real-world gems, right? But somehow these gems are so much cheaper than natural stones. All because these stones are right, the same and therefore boring. When you try to sort the random order, the result loses a lot of value, right?

There are certainly more than 10,000 stones in the real world. And we won’t stop there. We plan to release two more collections with different features.

Why do we create gems in metaverse?

Because we want to change the rules of the game. In the real world, stones are divided into expensive and cheap, which means “good” and “bad“. Guess which stones are considered “good“? People for whom randomness is controlled. Gems that are brightly colored (or lacking) and free of any impurities are the “good” ones, and accordingly, the most expensive. But isn’t this the perfectionist approach that civilized societies are grappling with? Isn’t this the method that makes those who are too fat lose weight, and those who are too thin to gain weight? Doesn’t he just assign us the only “correct” shape of the nose, skin texture, and chest size?

The result – anxiety, mental confusion and constant dissatisfaction. Each person, their appearance and life – a set of random factors. And no one can influence this randomness. But is it worth blaming ourselves for something we have no control over? And does it make sense to fight it?

We consciously understand that this is both pointless, and sometimes harmful and dangerous. But the “ideal” lives in our subconscious. And it’s harder to deal with them. But not impossible. We call our gems positive because we want to show that forms of beauty are not reduced to ideals, but can be very, very different.

Most of the NFT gems from the Body-positive gem collection have the same value of 0.05 ETH. And only 10 stones were selected at a special price dear to our hearts.

And it’s really interesting: which gemstone will be the most popular, in demand and expensive? If in the real world we are talking about groups of stones, such as emeralds are more expensive than rose quartz. Here each gem is unique and indivisible. But each stone has special features.

Who knows, maybe you’ll be able to create a gem collection so interesting that collectors all over the world NFT will hunt down later?