Meta Faces Criticism Over Horizon Worlds Concept; Horizen Labs Partnership Announced for Ecosystem Token Launch
Tech giant Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has faced criticism from Yuga Labs boss Dale Greer for branding its product Horizon Worlds as a new concept, despite it not being one. Darewise Entertainment, a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, has announced a partnership with Horizen Labs to launch its ecosystem token on Bitcoin. Meta has expanded its Horizon Worlds platform from being exclusive to VR headsets to web and mobile platforms, with an Android rollout already underway and an iOS rollout coming soon. Meta's vision for the metaverse focuses on digital property rights and ownership. The metaverse is seen as a space for subcultures to emerge, just as the internet gave rise to niche communities. The future potential of the metaverse is being explored, including its impact on industries such as fashion and the downsides it may bring. The concept of the metaverse is evolving and being tested on mobile and web platforms. The metaverse is also being discussed in terms of its potential for revolutionizing industries, monetization opportunities, and business operations. There is growing interest in the metaverse, with employees and observers believing it will revolutionize various sectors. DappRadar analysts stress the importance of understanding the evolving utility of metaverses. Additionally, Futureverse and OVioHQ are inviting web3 founders to apply to the Futureverse Base Camp to build on the Root Network.
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