As a Metaverse Architect, we chose to prioritise a Community-Driven approach towards all our projects above anything else. Our aim, is to build a globally-competitive network of like-minded people, by offering opportunities for growth, income and networking, with the hope of cooperatively leaving our mark at the very frontiers of the Metaverse.
Decentraland Architects is a project which is owned and managed by The Metaverse Cooperative, an exponentially growing community aimed at pioneering innovation in the Metaverse, and being at the forefront of developing creative opportunities for people interested in the space.
Projected to grow into a trillion-dollar industry, the Metaverse is exponentially opening doors and opportunities for architects, designers and creatives to become major players in the next wave of disruptive, digital innovation.
Metaverse Architects come in all shapes and sizes.
One of the major benefits of the internet is its meritocratic and levelled approach towards providing access to information, opportunities and spaces. Becoming a Metaverse Architect does not depend on your age, nationality, connections, colour of skin, gender, sexual orientation, race, or any other form of generalized characteristic which may have been potentially used to limit your access to opportunities in the past.
In the Metaverse, all that is required of you is drive, determination, skill and a genuine desire to learn and grow.
Over the past two months, Decentraland Architects has been scaling clients at exponential rates. To match this surge in demand, we’ve screened hundreds of applications, CVs and ‘letters of interest’ from exceptionally skilled and compelling individuals from across the globe who showed interest in working with us as a Metaverse Architect.
Naturally, each project is different, which means the contractual pay out of each piece of work will vary according to the client’s budget, needs, developed space or overall endeavour. Contracts may vary from anything between $2,000 to $20,000 on average per project, and in truth, no two projects are the same.
Often, each project requires a varied set of skills to complete, which is why we purposefully aimed to shortlist our team in a way which ensured that no two Metaverse Architects are the same.
Currently, we are working on a training course which will focus on Decentraland, but thanks to the parallel endeavours we’re executing on in The Metaverse Cooperative, we should be launching a new silo dedicated to Sandbox very soon.
The benefits of putting together a diversified team are twofold
Don’t worry; you’re part of the majority, not the minority.
The majority of people we meet have ample experience in 3D Design, however, not everyone has had the opportunity to dabble in the Metaverse yet, and honestly, we plan to change that.
We hope you’re as eager as we are to embark on this journey.