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Facebook’s New Metaverse
Earlier this week, Facebook announced plans to invest $10 billion into a new social network called Metaverse. The company renamed its existing social network to Meta, and is developing a new digital space using augmented and virtual reality technologies.
The new metaverse will be accessible through virtual reality headsets, desktop computers, and game consoles. It will allow millions of users to work, communicate, and collaborate in a multidimensional environment.
The technology behind the new metaverse is based on crypto technology, which allows users to securely own and move assets across platforms. The technology also facilitates virtual representations of legitimate ownership.
The most popular metaverses are Decentraland, Second Live, and Axie Infinity. Each has its own unique features, but they share a similar vision. They are all built on the same platform: the Ethereum blockchain.
Axie Infinity is a play-to-earn game that allows users to build their avatars out of over 500 body parts. They can breed, win tournaments, and use the staking system to gain prizes. The company also offers community treasury funds that can be voted on.
Axie Infinity Shards are a type of in-game currency that can be won through breeding Axies, winning tournaments, or staking. Users can also purchase BLOK currency, which can be used to purchase bloks of real estate. These bloks can be used to create and sell virtual goods and services.
There are many other crypto-based metaverses. The Sandbox, for instance, is a blockchain-based game that is owned by Animoca Brands, the owner of CryptoKitties.