The following is a visitor post from Tri Pham, fellow benefactor of KardiaChain and pioneer behind Whydah.
Over the years, the development of the Internet has brought forth numerous advances, and the latest and outstanding one is the metaverse.
First presented in creator Neal Stephenson’s 1992 sci-fi novel “Snow Crash,” it has entered normal utilization today.
Late in 2021, when Facebook declared its rebranding to Meta, it motivated an exuberant discussion about what it addresses, whether it’s now here, and in particular, who will possess it.
Besides Facebook, significant innovation organizations, including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Niantic, Epic, Nvidia, Roblox, and Valve, are fostering the tech that will shape the future of the metaverse — augmented reality (VR), expanded reality (AR), and mind PC interfaces (BCI). Also, projects like Open Meta DAO are empowering a cooperative work to make the Open Metaverse. NFTs, digital forms of money, and blockchain are supposed to be an indispensable piece of this.
The metaverse is a gigantic chance for the two people and organizations, as it furnishes a better approach to cooperate with customers.