Faketown launched over 20 years ago as a virtual world for creative expression and self-governance. The original team is returning to build a player-owned metaverse on the blockchain for minting, collecting and selling NFTs
Towns are built using Lego-like bricks that are manufactured with a “Block Builder”. Each town has hundreds of unique blocks and a Block Builder will mint new blocks every 24 hrs. Get started today and begin collecting an inventory of NFT blocks that can be used to build your property or sold for profit!
When Faketown launches it will be comprised of unique towns with hundreds of individual properties. Players that own property can customize their space and participate in the town economy. Property owners will also get a vote to determine who will manage the town taxes, dividends, resources and rules. Towns that are active and thriving will generate real profits for all of its residents.About Faketown
Our project begins with the minting of our own town token aka “Fake Coin” built on top of Ethereum. Players that own Fake Coins will get early access. Players can also purchase a Block Builder to begin minting an inventory of assets for their future property. Additionally, players can buy “Fake ID” NFTs that can be used as avatars in our world.Full Roadmap Tokenomics
Bart Yeary began experimenting with real-time applications when he met Lance while he was a designer at Fox Sports. Since then he has designed mobile games, virtual worlds and live learning applications for clients like Diesel, Pearson, Age of Learning, Natural Motion and Varsity Tutors. He also worked as an Art Director for Razorfish leading the development of a casual game portal for Post Cereals and later he served as a PM for iWin developing social games based on popular TV game shows. He is currently the Director of UX for Adventure Academy, a 3D educational MMO for kids and a Design Human for Group of Humans.
Bart earned his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Lance Sanders is a former NASA engineer and has been a tech entrepreneur since co-founding CTO of Faketown.com, a virtual world game launched in 1999. Since then, he has been the CTO of several companies, including Ebyline, an early gig-marketplace for journalists, which was acquired in 2015. Lance is currently the CEO/CTO of Iterate, Inc., a software consultancy focused on developing platforms for startup companies and blockchain DeFi applications.
Lance holds degrees in Physics from Kalamazoo College and Mechanical Engineering from University of Michigan.