- Radio Raca partnered with top universities from all across the world to build a metaverse for the students to have fun and play.
- They partnered with the most prestigious universities, including Cambridge University and Princeton University.
- Radio Caca is the exclusive manager of Elon Musk’s mother, Maye Musk.
As part of the Tachyon Accelerator, Radio Caca is funded by the OKX Blockdream Ventures fund and ConsenSys Ventures.
Radio Caca (RACA) is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that has collaborated with leading global institutions to create a metaverse for students to learn and play in. Its blockchain ecosystem, backed by its native currency RACA, includes the United States of Mars (USM) metaverse, a nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace, and Metamon, a play-to-earn (P2E) game. The RACA team spoke with Cointelegraph about its objectives for user growth in the DeFi, NFT, and P2E game arenas.
RACA was listed among the top 20 metaverse tokens according to CoinMarketCap at the time of writing, with a market value of $327 million. RACA is the USM metaverse’s governance token and is built on the BNB Chain, previously known as Binance Smart Chain. It is linked to Ether (ETH) and OEC.
RACA’s Head of Investor Relations, Wolfgang Morton, defined the three-month-old USM metaverse as a 3D world where users may own property, create houses, play microgames, and interact. In contrast to other metaverses with “high barriers to enter,” such as Decentraland or The Sandbox, USM aims to stay accessible and inclusive, according to Morton.
Our mission is to return the Metaverse to people. We do that by keeping our land prices low. We want to make sure that the USM allows folks to participate in it through ownership.
The RACA team collaborated with over a dozen academic blockchain societies by some of the world’s most famous institutions, including Cambridge University and Princeton University, to help establish and grow their metaverse. According to the Princeton Blockchain Society, this collaboration gives an “opportunity to engage and display the abilities of the students.“