Brief explanation of geolocation in the NEXUS World

Geolocation in the NEXUS World

NEXUS World is built based on a digital layer that is mapped to real world geographical regions. Each plot of Land in the NEXUS World is unique and corresponds to a real-world location.
We applied a grid of 33+ billion hexagonal tiles over our planet Earth, with each hexagon covering on average 15,000sqm in the real world (picture an area that is roughly 130m in diameter).
There are 9.8 billion hexagonal tiles that correspond to actual land, with the rest being the water regions that cover our planet. Each plot of Land in the NEXUS World is directly mapped to one of these tiles.

NEXUS World Viewer

Players can navigate the NEXUS World map using the NEXUS World Viewer:
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy

What does this mean for me?

This means that you can choose which real-world location your NEXUS World Land corresponds to. Will it be your house, a location popular with other players (to get player traffic), or an iconic location in the real world?
The geolocation-based gameplay will also bring players to your Land when they connect from the corresponding real-world location. Take this into account when you select the location of your NEXUS World Land!