DecentWorld’s most loyal followers may have already noticed that the website has become almost fully available in Spanish and Portuguese as the Swiss metaverse gaming platform seeks to service more users in different corners of the world. According to the team, the new functionality was a logical business step to improve accessibility for the ever-growing Latin American user base. The platform is based on a one-to-one copy of the real world in which all streets can be minted as NFTs. Currently, users are able to become the owner of any Street in the world, either through the Primary or Secondary Marketplace, and can combine their Assets into Collections, which, when staked, can generate yield. “We are thrilled to see the immense growth in the popularity of Web3, especially in Latin America. The usage of the new technology stands to increase by up to 400% in the region, which means that the demand and interest in the metaverse experience will only grow with time. This opportunity encourages businesses and individuals to invest their resources in the industry, so as not to miss out on its potential, and thereby gain a head-start,” the team shared. In addition to allowing users to mint Streets as NFTs, DecentWorld is also planning to further enrich its 3D environment with various mini-games and quests. The platform has just launched its first 3D quest game, which allows players to run around Downtown Dubai and collect reappearing cards, each of which is worth a certain sum of DWRLD, the platform’s inner currency. The creative team highlighted that this game is only the first on DecentWorld’s road to becoming an interactive, metaverse gaming platform.