Crypto isn’t immune to fraud and fakes, but evidence suggests that one of the biggest fake-outs in crypto history happened right underneath our noses. In today’s video, I outline my False Top Theory, analyzing evidence that suggests the November 2021 all-time high was manufactured by whales behind the scenes.
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How Small Businesses Are Preparing For the Metaverse
The term “metaverse” is a generic term for virtual worlds. People who access these spaces can interact with each other through avatars. These virtual spaces need to be decentralized to be considered metaverses. Using blockchain technology, metaverses such as The Sandbox use crypto technology to store ownership rights in non-fungible tokens. They also require high-speed internet and a VR headset to be functional. Ultimately, the success of metaverses depends on their development and adoption.
Small businesses should prepare for the Metaverse by deciding on their niche. Often, real estate is about location. In the metaverse, proximity to the center of the metaverse increases the value of real estate. Many celebrities are investing in the metaverse and following them. Small businesses can do the same, while also using new technology to create a unique identity. By rebranding their business, they can increase brand recognition and attract customers. They can update their logos and images to reflect their new focus on connectivity.
The Animoca Brands acquisition was a catalyst for Sandbox’s pivot to the blockchain. The rap artist Snoop Dog even built his own house on virtual land in the Metaverse, and other neighborhood residents bought in-game plots for $450,000 each. The Crazy Kings mobile games franchise introduced a play-to-earn model. Players compete for crypto tokens in the Crazy Kings franchise. Since then, the Crazy Kings mobile game franchise has been able to ink 139 metaverse deals, with 10 of the most prominent investment firms participating.