From Sensorium’s 24-hour metaverse streaming channel launch, NFTs conquering the soccer world, and more, here are the latest surrounding the metaverse and NFTs market.
NFTs Are Taking Over Soccer World
The adoption of NFTs and cryptocurrencies in soccer continues to grow as the new club season gets underway. The English FA is looking to partner with NFT projects for its national football teams.
Italy’s Serie A and La Liga have just announced agreements to sell digital memorabilia of in-game action. A “digital sculpture” of the Cruyff goal was auctioned at Sotheby’s for $550,000. (There is no room for subtlety here; he hovers in the air, frozen in time and dripping with virtual riches.)
Superstars Neymar and Lionel Messi will wear shirts this season with “Crypto.com” branded while playing for PSG.
The Gunners, however, were given a second reprimand by Britain’s advertising watchdog for failing to inform supporters of the dangers of its token since it is connected to cryptocurrencies. The warning wasn’t delivered unfairly. The club provided voting privileges in some club decisions and access to in-person events in promotional mailings that claimed the NFTs were a gift to the club’s supporters. However, the club failed to adequately describe the dangers of buying NFTs and other crypto assets.
The fact that crypto assets are unregulated and frequently volatile should have been made clear in the context of Arsenal FC’s promotional mailings, as failing to do so “trivialized investment in crypto assets by missing adequate and prominent risk warnings.”
Bohemian Royal family Redefines Modern nobility
A royal family in the Czech Republic witnessed the Nazis; subsequently, the Communists stole their castles and 20,000 pieces of cultural property.
A 27-year-old prince named William Rudolf Lobkowicz is attempting to use NFTs, the blockchain, and the metaverse to protect and spread this lineage that dates back 700 years.
From the Habsburg Room, a portrait gallery on the second level of the castle, Lobkowicz observed, “You know, most people see the wonderful artworks and castles and think that this all comes really easily.” But in actuality, we’re working arduously around the clock to keep these things safe and secure.
Meta set to Launch Queens of the Metaverse
Meta is ready to debut the first drag show In the “metaverse,” a collective virtual shared the place with avatars of actual people.
According to Meta, an immersive 3d drag spectacle called “Queens of the Metaverse” will exhibit how technology may “unlock possibilities in fashion design.” Blu Hydrangea, the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race: the UK vs. The World, Tia Kofi, the star of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 2, and Adam All, one of the most well-known “Drag Kings” in the world, are the three drag acts that Meta has enlisted.
In Horizon Workrooms, Meta’s virtual reality workspace platform, the three drag acts and their designers worked together to create their works. Here is a photo of their separate avatars.
24-Hour Metaverse Streaming Channel
The first in-engine metaverse streaming broadcaster, according to the multi-sensory VR platform Sensorium, is now live and offers a completely unique visual and aural experience. You can travel across several locales in the Sensorium Galaxy metaverse as part of the 24/7 Livestream experience.
Metaverse Critics Believe it’s Doomed to Fail
The metaverse dream of Mark Zuckerberg is widely believed by investors to be doomed to failure, which has caused the price of Meta shares to drop more than over the past six months.
The Facebook founder and his business Meta, according to Vitalik Buterin, are rushing towards the development of things that may never find a market. Ethereum, which Buterin created, has the second-largest market capitalization after Bitcoin.
Additionally, Billionaire Mark Cuban has criticized the Metaverse’s excesses. He remains one of the most vocal opponents of the cryptocurrency sector, which includes a wide range of technologies such as web3, a new version of the internet, cryptocurrencies, decentralized finance (DeFi), and the metaverse.
According to Cuban, who recently spoke with Altcoin Daily Youtube Channel, people’s addiction to real estate in this area (metaverse) is the worst part. “That is the worst s—- ever. The absolute worst. Have I said it was stupid? That’s not robust enough, no. Super meta and incredibly stupid, “Star of the Shark Tank criticized.