Economy & Income Sources
The Mars4 economy will be dependent on new entrants in the beginning to maximise the growth of the game’s internal economy, allowing it to become self-sufficient. To achieve this, additional income sources will be added. As the economy grows, external income sources will be introduced to increase the players’ ROI, creating a mutual value-added economy.
Land NFTs sales - Each time a land is sold to a prospective landowner, 20% of the land’s price is redistributed amongst all previous landowners. This is in place to reward our longest investors for bearing the greatest risks.
In-game NFTs sales - Any time an in-game NFT is sold, whether that is part or asset NFTs (as mentioned earlier), a percentage of the sale’s value is added to the community pool.
NFT Marketplace transactions - With the introduction of the second marketplace (P2P) that will handle in-game asset sales between players and landowners, purchases and sales on the P2P marketplace will have a small market fee.
B2B Land Sales - Lands can additionally be sold between Mars4 and other businesses directly on the Mars metaverse with a percentage of the sale’s value also being added to the community pool.
Rare NFTs sales - With the auctioning of rare land NFTs in the future, a similar addition to the community pool is earned each time one of the rarer lands is purchased.
In-game resources transactions - Any time resources on Mars4 are traded between players or landowners a transportation fee will be applied. This fee is determined by drawing a line between the buyer and seller and providing the fee to each landowner whose lands are crossed by resource transportation.
Advertising and sponsorships - As part of the establishment of a Martian Metaverse, Mars4 will be providing the ability for other businesses to rent premises or spaces out across the face of the virtual Mars to give themselves a digital presence.