Some people have various understanding about metaverse, some says it is such a place to make money while other aren’t believe it.
There are two sides; pros and cons.
It represents a further migration from the real world to a digital reality, and it’s also a place where users can own their digital assets.
In the metaverse assets can be in a various form.
Such as; digital art, video game characters and even parcels of virtual land, which have seen meteoric rises in value in the last year.
As cited from cbsnews In November 2021, a plot of land in the virtual world Decentraland sold for $2.4 million.
Kevin “KevinOnEarth” Clark, one of people who got another chance from metaverse.
In the early pandemic Covid-19 era, no one can live normally as commonly.
We can’t meet other people as free as we want.
We have limited access to do many things outside.
“That was sort of the moment when I realized that something that was taken away from us could be reaccessed through the metaverse,” Clark says.
He start the step since then.
More than socializing, he also make money in the metaverse.
Clark first bought land in Decentraland at the end of 2020 for $700.
Then today he says it could sell for over $20,000.
Clark used his land to build a metaverse news station.
His show, “The Decentraland Report,” is live-streamed on Twitch.
His goal is to tell the stories of the metaverse’s early adopters and document the history of Decentraland.
“I said, I am the Decentraland reporter here on the scene,” Clark says.
I showed up somewhere, started interviewing people and just asking them, ‘Why are you here? What was your inspiration?’ And then from there just people in the community were like, ‘I want my story told too.’
Clark show us the real advantages of metaverse existence.
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