Solice, Solana AR project, Coming to DeFi Direct Livestream

The CEO of the heavily backed AR project on Solana will join the livestream on Dec. 23.

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Kyle Heise
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December 21, 2021
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Solana Livestream with Solice

The latest edition of the DeFi Direct Livestream will see the likes of Solice, an up-and-coming VR Metaverse project built on the Solana blockchain. Greg, Goon Trades, the perennial host of DeFi Direct, will host the CEO of Solice, Christian Zhang

The livestream will begin at 17:00 UTC on December 23.

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Who is Christian Zhang

Christian Zhang has a crypto-native background getting involved since 2016. Christian’s experience is from both the institutional as well as the retail investment side. Previous experiences from Fantom, LTO Network, and Solanium have developed his expertise in various aspects. Solice is his vision and he is responsible for designing, mapping out the architectural feature requirements, and building a specialist team to make Solice a successful metaverse.


What is Solice

Solice is a VR Metaverse built on the Solana blockchain. Solice elevates the metaverse experience to the next dimension by providing top-quality infrastructure with next-level, immersive life-like visualizations. The protocol is where virtual worlds, NFTs, and communities intersect, with the aim to improve the overall user experience, connecting them through interoperability across the metaverse. The project recently began the first phase of its roadmap. The project had a funding round enviable to most protocols. The backing was led by Zhu Su’s Three Arrows Capital, DeFiance Capital, and Animoca Brands. Alameda Research, Jump Capital, Genblock Capital, KuCoin Labs, Solar Eco Fund, CMS Holdings, and Rarestone Capital were also involved.

Where to find more about Solice:

Website | Twitter | Telegram | Discord | Medium | GitHub |

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