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Facebook and the Metaverse
The Metaverse is an online world, created by merging augmented reality with virtual reality. It is a place where avatars can interact with each other and create content.
In a recent interview with Gayle King of CBS This Morning, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed the company’s vision for the future. He also reiterated the company’s commitment to building its own Metaverse.
However, investors could be concerned about the company’s $10 billion investment. Many Web3 builders have questioned the company’s plans.
One of the most important questions is how the Metaverse will work. Facebook’s co-founder and president Mark Zuckerberg described the concept as a “long-term journey” that will “erase barriers between developing and developed economies.”
The future of the Metaverse is a multidimensional, socially-connected network of virtual spaces. Users will be able to visit virtual spaces as early as 2022. These spaces will include whiteboards, spatial audio, and interactive features.
Facebook recently signaled a major hiring push for its metaverse unit. A Facebook spokesperson said that the company would be hiring 10,000 people in the European Union.
The company’s monetization efforts are likely to dovetail with its Novi crypto wallet. If the company’s monetization initiatives are successful, they may help Facebook to muscle its way into the Metaverse.
While the idea of a “Metaverse” is relatively new, it’s not uncommon to find references to the concept in mainstream media. The term comes from Neal Stephenson’s novel Snow Crash, which describes a gloomy future following a global economic collapse.