Africarare is a 3D virtual reality experience set in Ubuntuland.

Overview

We are building an African Metaverse that will help uncover Africa’s untapped talent, creativity and innovation and connect Africa to the global digital economy.

Using the $UBUNTU Token or ETH, land in Ubuntuland can be bought, sold or rented out. Land owners can use their land to create experiences like art exhibitions, stores, social experiences, games, virtual concerts and much more. And there’s more to come such as staking, DAO and play-to-earn gaming.

We believe there is a unique opportunity for an African NFT marketplace to uncover Africa’s untapped creative talent.

We want to create and develop a home for African creativity and innovation.

Using the $UBUNTU Token, Ubuntuland can be bought, traded or kept as well as used for various experiences such as art exhibitions, games, social experiences.

And there’s more to come such as staking, DAO and play-to-earn gaming.

Artists tooling

Official NFT debut of world renowned South African artist Norman Catherine whose body of work spans painting, sculpture, printmaking and mixed media.

Feeding my monster 3rd floor of the Mila Gallery

AFRICARARE ECONOMY

Everything in Africarare can be bought sold or traded using the $UBUNTU token.

Coming to you in 2022.

The Africarare MARKETPLACE

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African Art

Discover Unique African Artists from all areas.

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Ubuntuland

Purchase your piece of Ubuntuland and create your own application on top of it.

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Avatars & Skins

Create your own unique avatars that can be traded along with unique skins such as hats, jackets and even shoes.

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Digital Services

Book an inspiring meeting room for you and your colleagues or buy various experiences such as a meditation room or a therapy session. The possibilities are endless.

Discover original South African and African art in an immersive VR art gallery

The Mila gallery (Swahili for ‘tradition’) will host some of Africa’s most famous artists.

The Inuka gallery (Swahili for ‘rise’) will host some of Africa’s up and coming artists.

Future artists will have the opportunity to purchase or rent a parcel of land and put up an art shop that they can use to sell their own NFT art.

Artworks by - Norman Catherine