Coinsilium Paves the Way for Interoperable Metaverse with Approval of New NFT Standard on Ethereum


  • Coinsilium Group announced the approval of a new ‘multiverse’ NFT standard (ERC-5606) on Ethereum, developed by Metalinq.
  • The ERC-5606 standard fosters interoperability between Web3 games and virtual worlds, enhancing user experiences and promoting industry growth.
  • Coinsilium’s investment in Metalinq demonstrates their commitment to innovation in the metaverse and Web3 gaming sectors.


Coinsilium Group Ltd (AQSE:COIN, OTCQB:CINGF) recently announced the approval of a new ‘multiverse’ non-fungible token (NFT) standard (ERC-5606) on the Ethereum blockchain, developed by Metalinq, a project backed by the company[1]. This approval marks a significant milestone in the development of interoperable Web3 infrastructure on Ethereum, as ERC-5606 is fully compatible with the most popular NFT standards today, ERC-721 and ERC-1155[1].

In 2022, Coinsilium completed a pre-seed funding round of USD 200,000 for Metalinq, the developer of the new NFT standard, and has been providing strategic advisory services spanning token economics, strategic development, and partnerships[1]. Eddy Travia, Coinsilium’s CEO, stated that this development is highly significant for Metalinq in its efforts to accelerate the mainstream adoption of blockchain-based metaverses and Web3 gaming platforms[1].

Metalinq is working towards an interconnected metaverse

Web3 Games

The success of Web3 games and virtual worlds relies on various factors, including users’ ability to own and trade NFTs as in-game items, wearables, virtual land, and other digital assets[1]. The current lack of interoperability between different games and platforms limits the overall development of Web3 games and virtual worlds[1]. Travia believes that NFT interoperability between different games and platforms is a crucial catalyst for the development of Web3 infrastructure, and the ERC-5606 standard has the potential to become one of its main building blocks[1].

Moreover, Travia highlighted that Metalinq’s tech team being the authors of the ERC-5606 standard bodes extremely well for the company, positioning it as the “go-to” tech partner for leading metaverse and Web3 game developers[1]. Gaurang Torvekar, Metalinq’s co-founder and co-author of ERC-5606, expressed his pride and excitement over their contribution to the development of the ERC-5606 standard, which heralds an era of interoperability and collaboration between various Web3 games and virtual worlds[1].

Mr. Travia has been a pioneer in the NFT and Blockchain space for years and has avoided fads to stay on top

Setting the stage

The approval of ERC-5606 sets the stage for a more interconnected and collaborative ecosystem in the realm of blockchain-based metaverses and Web3 gaming platforms[1]. As more developers adopt the standard, the seamless transfer and utilization of digital assets across various platforms become possible, enhancing the overall user experience and promoting the growth of the metaverse and Web3 gaming industries. Furthermore, with the increasing popularity of NFTs and the metaverse, the approval of the ERC-5606 standard is a step forward in addressing the existing limitations that hinder the full potential of these emerging technologies.

By fostering an environment of interoperability, ERC-5606 allows for cross-platform collaboration and innovation, enabling content creators, developers, and users to work together in building rich, immersive virtual worlds and gaming experiences. This, in turn, could lead to the creation of new business models and revenue streams within the metaverse, benefiting both early adopters and the broader community[1].

As the metaverse continues to evolve, the need for a unified, efficient, and user-friendly NFT infrastructure becomes even more crucial. The ERC-5606 standard serves as a foundation for this vision, providing the necessary framework for the seamless integration and management of digital assets across multiple platforms[1].

The Future

Coinsilium’s investment in and support for Metalinq, as well as the development of the ERC-5606 standard, showcases the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of blockchain technology and its applications within the metaverse and Web3 gaming industries[1]. As more companies and developers embrace this new standard, the metaverse ecosystem is poised to reach new heights, offering unprecedented opportunities for growth, collaboration, and innovation in the digital realm.

The approval of the ERC-5606 NFT standard on Ethereum marks a significant advancement in the interoperability of Web3 infrastructure. Coinsilium’s backing of Metalinq and the development of this standard demonstrates the company’s dedication to fostering innovation and collaboration in the metaverse and Web3 gaming sectors[1]. As the adoption of the ERC-5606 standard grows, the potential for a more interconnected and immersive virtual experience becomes increasingly tangible, promising a bright future for the metaverse, Web3 gaming, and the blockchain industry as a whole.

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