The metaverse has ignited the interest of many celebrities and investors worldwide, but as the vision of web3 is getting more and more propitious, the newly developed industry is proving to also be an immense opportunity for businesses and brands alike. Many companies are starting to invest their resources into metaverse projects in order to engage their customers and employees in fresh, unconventional ways.
DecentWorld, a Swiss-owned blockchain-based metaverse platform, has developed its off-beat take on the metaverse idea. Betting on the familiar, the team has created a virtual interpretation of Downtown Dubai and is inviting everyone to experience the metropolis in a novel and unorthodox way.
By fusing artistic flair with business needs, DecentWorld’s creators have placed a few Billboards on the city’s most prominent buildings, which could be used by the companies for their ad placements. The users will be able to see the ads while exploring the metaverse, trading NFTs, and chatting with other users.
The metaverse will soon start to play a significant role in the way people interact, shop, learn and spend their leisure time. The companies who are developing their metaverse products are going beyond the current limits of the real world and are able to create an exceptional and unique experience for the users.
“According to experts, the metaverse global market can reach over $750 billion by 2030, while people are expected to spend between four and five hours a day in the metaverse until 2027. This means that the interest in the newly developed web3 will be growing immensely in the next decade,” the team shares.
Very soon the DecentWorld will add more digital assets available for minting as standalone NFTs – Buildings. This new launch will add another layer of user interaction to the already existing internal economy, as a certain part of the Building minting price will go to the Street, on which that Building is located, owner.
“Our goal is to create a metaverse, which will become the epicenter of users’ lives. It should pose a unique and extraordinary experience to the user, and encourage them to explore new opportunities of owning digital real estate,” the team shares.
Emphasis on Inclusivity
One of the characteristics of the metaverse is that it should be inclusive and accessible to all, regardless of one’s gender, sexuality, age, or upbringing. DecentWorld has taken this into account while facilitating easy access to the metaverse.
“It is clear that the hardware still needs to catch up. Not all people have VR headsets at their disposal, which limits their access to most of the metaverses available on the market. DecentWorld has made a conscious decision to develop the metaverse on a desktop so that it is available for anyone. All you need is a computer and internet access,” Audrius, one of the project core team members, shares.
According to the statistics, there are only 15% or 50.2 million VR users in the U.S., which means that there is still a long way to go until the majority of people will be able to join the metaverse with a VR headset. This is something that many companies need to take into account when developing their products.
DecentWorld is a Swiss metaverse digital real estate platform built on blockchain technology to introduce a next-generation web3 experience. The platform allows members to mint and trade digital Street NFTs, which can then be combined into Collections. Completed and staked Collections have additional value as they generate yield that is paid out to the owner. Using state-of-the-art security features, DecentWorld also stands for trust and transparency in the blockchain industry.
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