Futureverse: Shaping the Open Metaverse Concept for Tomorrow’s Digital World

Futureverse: Shaping the Open Metaverse Concept for Tomorrow’s Digital World

Futureverse recently announced today it has merged eight Web3 companies into one company

The metaverse is currently the subject of a lot of hype. However, it is essential to comprehend how the metaverse can facilitate the incorporation of cutting-edge solutions to improve customer service, streamline IT operations, and introduce advanced business models. Additionally, it is essential to comprehend the technologies that make up the metaverse as a whole. Futureverse is a technological and cultural foundation for the open metaverse. It helps creators, companies, and communities conjure their future. It is based in Auckland, New Zealand. The merger of these technologies aims to create a foundation for metaverse applications with a focus on user safety and experience. The goal is to lead in onboarding the next generation of users and enable them to collectively build and create the future together. Additionally, a rich content layer creates powerful community network effects over the infrastructure.

According to a Gartner report, by 2026, no less than 25% of the populace will be drenched in exercises in the metaverse (shopping, work, virtual class, web-based entertainment, and diversion). "The State of Metaverse:" by Forrester According to the report "Look Beyond the Hype to Uncover the Real Opportunities," more than half of all internet users will be early adopters of the metaverse.

The Futureverse is the brainchild of Aaron McDonald, Shara Senderoff, and Marco Brondani with the goal of building a  powerful community network effect and promoting interoperability and community-governed, user-owned technology.

According to the co-founder of Futureverse, Aaron McDonald: a company can't stand as a single entity in the metaverse. He believes the metaverse should be a collection of user-owned, interoperable identity, data, and content that can be used across a wide range of applications. In a bid to pursue this goal, Futureverse has earlier amalgamated eight different companies which shared the same vision for the merger. These companies include Altered State Machine, Non-Fungible Labs, Sylo, Centrapay, Centrapass, Immersve, Shadows Interactive, and Altered Phoenix. Each of these companies has a specific and interactive function in the metaverse.

Collaborations and Partnerships

Futureverse's strength also lies in its collaborations with various web3 projects and renowned partners such as FIFA, Warner Music, and a host of celebrities. Further, it is backed by leading venture capital firms, including Animoca Brands, Enjin Starter, Flamingo, and AirTree.

As we step into the next era of the gaming world, Futureverse signifies the exciting intersection of blockchain technologies and the Metaverse, marking a riveting milestone in the gaming universe.

The platform recently announced today it has merged eight Web3 companies into one company to create an open metaverse ecosystem. The goal is to create a single collaborative metaverse ecosystem to improve the Web3 and open metaverse experience. Futureverse is now a company of over 300 full-time people and is co-founded by Aaron McDonald, Shara Senderoff, Marco Brondani, and Daniel Gillespie.

According to the Co-founder, "For the past five years, we've been developing the tools and infrastructure to co-create the future with our communities. We're enabling companies and creators to deliver the open metaverse experience that they want for their audience. We don't see the metaverse as one super app controlled by a single company. Futureverse is your seamless portal in and out of all apps in the metaverse; with you comes your passport, friends, communications, finances, and content."

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