🚪NFT Bazaar Metaverse Analysis | So… It’s A Great Leap of Reality or Another Unrealistic Fantasy?
As the former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is joining the sea of voices weighing in on Facebook’s metaverse and expressing concern about the future of artificial intelligence technology, the discussion about MetaVerse’s future potential and its reality has been greatly expressed in the past week. Some stunning figures occurred on the price of a cryptocurrency that can be used in a metaverse leaped 164% in 12 hours, namely the Decentraland’s MANA, one of the first-tier top trend existing metaverse practices, reached $4.33 Saturday evening; a week earlier, around 80 cents.
What Is Metaverse？
It’s an online world. You’ve probably encountered one before: early metaverses include Neopets, the Sims, Habbo Hotel, and even Club Penguin. We had avatars, millions of Simoleons, and our cute little Neohomes. Today’s youth are spending their time on Fortnite and Roblox, metaverses that create much more compelling realities; they get concerts by Travis Scott and Ariana Grande, and an infant-stage class system.
Basically, the metaverse is an extension of the internet. We already have computer-generated worlds, but tech developers want to merge these worlds with our normal one. One day soon, the Minecraft kingdom you’ve been perfecting could be a place where you hold business meetings or dinner parties.
What’s the Difference between the Metaverse and Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR)?
A virtual reality generally requires a headset to use; you see what your avatar sees in a computer-generated world. In its current form, metaverses are more of a digital reality than a virtual reality — only a small number of us have visors that let us see the world as we’ve designed it. Most of us will log on to our computers and view our beautiful digital houses and our beautiful digital wives through a laptop screen, not an Oculus.
But in centres around New Zealand, you can play fully immersive virtual reality games; it might not be long before we’re using headsets and bungee cords to run through our digital halls hanging up our digital art. Maybe Ready Player One was a prophecy all along.
Is Facebook the First?
Facebook isn’t alone. Industry and society are moving on to new experiences in futuristic online “worlds” with functioning economies where real-world and virtual events commingle in an evolution of social media-style community and, increasingly, commerce, PYMNTS noted in September 2020.
Facebook has rebranded to “Meta”. Recently the company had a total shutdown, followed by some good old fashioned whistle-blowing. We can’t confirm the name change is meant to distract us from these things, but if so, it probably won’t work. Google’s real name is Alphabet, but no one calls it that.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg chose to rebrand as Meta because he’s focussed on bringing the metaverse to life. Using a virtual reality headset, you can meet your Facebook friends in a VR forest room, in simulated space, or in a replica of your own home. Yes, you can watch a movie, in your home, with your friends — without actually having your friends come to your real world home and put their real grubby hands on your couch.
Heck, maybe we’re all just bits of code in a metaverse… maybe we’re all non-playable characters revolving around Zuckerberg as he builds his perfect world.
About NFT Bazaar：
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NFT issuance and transaction functions have now been officially launched in May 2021, with updated compatibility functions of enabling other major protocols & smart contracts in September. NFT Bazaar has never failed to becoming your handy NFT aggregator as well as exchange platform full of vitality, with full access to the Ethereum ecosystem, and compatible for Polygon Network (Matic Mainnet) and more major projects issued elsewhere available for transactions with multiple major digitalcurrencies, for instance, zUSD, Matic, USDT, etc.
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