Big Ben is easily seen as one of the most recognizable landmarks of London. Standing 316 feet tall, it is an architectural and engineering marvel of the English culture built in 1859. Situated at the northern end of the Palace of Westminster, most commonly referred to as the House of Parliament, it resides as one of the biggest clock towers in the world. Often identified by its nickname, the construction's original name was simply the Clock Tower, Big Ben being in reality the name of its greater bell from a set of 5.
Using the IPFS technology, Etherland is connecting physical real estate and world places' data with a digital layer built on the Ethereum Blockchain. This virtual layer, or Etherland's Earth Metaverse, is displaying unique identity tokens for every real estate and place on Earth in the form of Non-Fungible Tokens named "Land ID".
Each NFT representing a real place, also grants owners the control over the information linked to their token and stored on the IPFS network. On this Metaverse, users can use cryptocurrencies to buy, register, claim, create, promote, verify and monetize their Land ID tokens. Anyone is free to contribute in building the Etherland's Earth Metaverse
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