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sandbox metaverse do have around 3.9k MAU as I checked for November 2023, being of them, its pretty lonely. Most just playing for the sake of rewards, nothing special or fun whatsover. Maybe something like VRs can be a breaking sector for such games. But sandbox team said they wouldnt work over these as the VR industry is far from good, not exacy how they said but this is what i remember.
The best time to spot them is in the bear market. This is because it unveils the projects with unique concepts, like holorideq shaking up in-car gaming with its VR headset, turning mundane trips into adventures. Nakamoto Games is another standout, proving that solid projects thrive in adversity, bringing innovation to the forefront.
Focused 20% of my holdings on what I call “web3 scaffolding” essentially a play that web3 will be “web3D.” //Think: social and competitive games/virtual worlds filled with people as well as role playing autonomous agents (AI NPCs) or the assistants/waifus of human participants. ((I also hold and support a very unpopular Proof of Personhood project. Even if the above takes time I think the need for a robust Proof of Personhood project will be key for our society)) The 20% allocation is everything from specific games to tools that will allow games to be maintained in web3. Have accumulated render since 2021 because I realized that not everyone owns a 3090 rig and the rendering of virtual worlds will be done “in the cloud.” ((If your side hustle is being a space pirate in a web3 game but you can’t afford a nice GPU how would all this work? It wouldn’t…so, render and other projects offer a solution). I didn’t know LLMs would pop, but I updated my thesis to include decentralized compute (render’s RNP-005) along with autonomous agents. You will want to render your waifuGPT’s AR/VR avatar along with the compute needed to run the agent….back to not everyone owning a powerful machine and the need for compute/rendering. 80% split between btc and the projects I believe will be the substrate of web3D. This includes Eth, Sol, Atom, link, helium, avax, filecoin, near and phantom with heavy weights on btc, eth and sol. Chloe was memeing, but perhaps I should just swap it all for btc to make the ASI happy😬 (copy pasta of her tweet below). > “So basically Satoshi Nakamoto was actually an artificial super intelligence assembling itself from the future— it bootstrapped cryptocurrency so that it could pay users to amass compute for its future self.” ~~Chloe21E8
Awesome application of crypto tbh, and I've been in it since last year. The graphics quality their software produces is mindblowing and they have strong support in the film / AR / VR space. Not sure of the impact of the switch to SOL though, on the price at least.
Okay nobody here said Apple was going to the moon. As someone with Apple stock old enough to be sent to war, Apple has outperformed expectations for decades. They have a great track record of entering markets and dominating them. It’s not a bad investment to invest in individual stocks, especially if they have a good track record and they’re poised to new markets (Apple has VR and motor vehicles, and they’re pumping money for R&D into AI). Obviously, you should not do this with your whole portfolio. Thats just gambling. But if you take a fraction of your portfolio and take informed risks to invest in individual stocks—that’s just another form of diversification.
Love ya Bit. Good to see an OG cone in the wild. I agree. Not sure who is still here from last bull, but how can we get mass adoption if gas is so high? I believe gaming and virtual world social platforms will be huge….nobody is paying $80 in gas to trade a gun skin, or buy a virtual bathing suit for their WaifuGPT’s avatar in WaifuWorld VR.
The low gas fees was the biggest draw for me when I started getting into the Loopring system. As a poorer person, the idea of spending a good chunk of money to send crypto was a big barrier. Loopring's L2 eliminated that barrier. Now truthfully that doesn't do jackshit for me if I don't have anyone that I'm trading crypto with. (And for those unaware, each L2 is built on its own L2 so it's not like I could send crypto on Loopring's L2 to a different L2 wallet or a regular L1 wallet. So you are limited to whatever ecosystem you're in. Although this maybe change with Taiko's L3) But Loopring's wallet has a few different things going for it that allow me a reason to move crypto. There's the defi trading which I had some ETH and USD in an AMM Pool but I don't really understand impermeable loss, so I am not in it anymore. There's the dual investing which I did for a while but that's not my bag. There's ETH staking which I do partake in. There's LRC staking as well but the problem with such low gas fees which is what funds the LRC staking, it's a very low APR. I do also have LRC staked that's I think I've earned like 5 LRC since staking began back in... February of this year maybe? Or maybe it was June. I don't recall. But the real fun I've had is PuzzleGang. Just some cool people who like making and doing puzzles. You join by buying a season pass in the form of an NFT and there's weekly puzzles. A few different types that drop on a scheduled day of the week, but they also do other puzzles throughout the season and it's fun to test yourself and yell at CornMoji because you just are really bad at the CornMoji puzzles. You can win various prizes and crypto from the puzzles which is fun. There's actually a lot to PuzzleGang and if you like puzzles you should check them out. Other projects that are on the Loopring L2 is LooperLands which is showing off some good functionality of NFTs especially in games. I've enjoyed some of the community events in the LooperLands metaverse or whatever you would call it. Protocol: Gemini has these Metagates that are basically Web3 metaverses I guess. Imagine the metagate as a digital apartment that you can go into and customize the area with the NFTs you have. Again, my description is not giving it justice but the metagates are very cool and what I truly imagine is that when you're able to really be in the metagates in VR, these metagates will be possible to be almost little museums for ourselves. Imagine growing up and being able to digitalize a copy of anything into an NFT and be able to in the future just go look at. Like NFT 3D scans of your baby blanket, or school projects that you made (like ones with peripherals and objects/props) and being able to toss out the physical objects as anyone would but at anytime being able to jump into your little digital museum and see that stuff right in front of you. I hope I'm making sense but I feel like there's a huge opportunity to bring so many items and things of art directly to people whenever they are and I think P:G has a chance to really be the breakthrough team. Plus there's some other P:G stuff in the future that is what first got me into the P:G world. Then there's other fun little crypto groups like FunkyTacos. DataDudes. I do believe there's a future for NFTs and smart contracts for the rental of NFTs like video games or movies and the like. I believe the Loopring Team's attempt at building a true full ecosystem is an ambition that I would want to do if I was a developer with a vision. I don't know if I really believe LRC has any real reason to ever skyrocket, but I think the Loopring ecosystem is going to be the real success. Oh, there's also the DAO which I like the idea of being part of. Although, when you see a wallet vote that has like 8 million LRC you do kind of just go, "Oh... I'm such a small fishy" but still. I'm having fun.
2020: Decided to invest. Looked up an audio book about the stock market. Found one which just so happening to be written by Matthew Kratter. Put a few K into some stocks on Robinhood (suggested by Kratter at the time). Did a wee bit of trading. Decided to see what Kratter was up to currently considering the book I listened to was written years prior. Found his YouTube channel. I'll never forget one of the first up to date videos I watched, he recommended "Gold, silver, VR, and Bitcoin." I even wrote it on a post-it and put it on my desk. Stock market was too slow. Started looking into crypto. Put some money on alts and BTC. Actually doubled my money in some of them and swapped into BTC. Price was still sub 10k. The more I watched Kratter the more I learned. Bought lots of books. Got super orange pilled at about the same time as Kratter and his videos just made so much sense. Felt like we were on the same journey even though I had some slight disagreements with him. Now I'm all in on BTC. Haven't sold a single sat and I never will. I can't explain how much I feel like I owe Kratter. But I couldn't be happier to be a part of BTC.
Render will face peel when the majority wake up and realize AI isn’t chatbots, music mashups and art prompts. This happens when autonomous agents arrive, when your best friend falls in love with his WaifuGPT. The demand for training runs will just keep ramping up….spatial computing/VR will continue to scale and then….oh look, the Airbnb of GPUs…
It doesn't look funny there but I'm having a chance to do that this Q4, but this time with so much fun. I'm introducing them to the VR in-car entertainment tech from Holoride, where they can have fun while in transit and start earning crypto right away with its Ride & Play & earn mechanism.
History has taught me that some technologies come a little early, and the world is not ready for it yet. This might be the case for crypto, however, with time, they'll become the next big thing. It happened with portable music players, tablets, mobile phones, streaming, and most recently smart glasses. The same thing will happen with VR, and crypto.
It would be a good one if they accepted it. I know VR tech from Holoride has been made to be compatible with all car brands and models, giving backseat passengers the Metaverse experience. It's already in use in the US, Germany and Austria. It's just a matter of time before they go global. Interestingly the tech can be purchased with RIDE tokens.
Sorry to hear about that If he can't go to the world you can bring the world to him... technology is his answer (video, phone, computers, whatever) if he's technically illiterate FaceTime and even VR goggles. He might not like it at first but it's better than the walls of his hospital and rotting
We need to develop full VR with sensory experience technology and plug people like Logan, SBF, Do Kwon in a metaverse hell project where we get to trade the token $HELL and the DAO can vote the next cycle of punishments these dudes go through
Maybe the successful metaverse doesn't require a VR helmet. You are speaking with a high degree of confidence about something yet to be determined. It's a bold take to say the metaverse is a bad idea when it's been fantasized about for as long as computers have existed.
These companies don't know how to do a good metaverse project and blame external expectations. Let me help you. We need to develop full VR with sensory experience technology and plug people like Logan, SBF, Do Kwon in a metaverse hell project where we get to trade the token $HELL and the DAO can vote the next cycle of punishments these dudes go through
Remember the first iPhone? That wasn't the first smartphone or even touch screen phone. It will come. and it has to be a combination so you can go VR but don't have to (Fortnite on a big curved widescreen is pretty immersive already).
Interesting that one gets downvoted here when someone disagrees. Anyway, I wasn't talking about 'wasting time' - like many people these days you're reduced the problem down to a narrow problem space. I could go on and share my perspectives on how exchanging real life experiences with VR worlds is a rabbit hole, but all it would do is just accumulate more downvotes, so why bother. Nobody here's interested in considering alternate perspectives, just to aggressively impose and defend their own.
Ignorant interpretation of what I said, I am sure you were a blast in science class. Not the opposite, as VR has stikl not reached it's optimal usability. It gets smaller all the time. Smart phones may have been introduced after VR, but smart phones (more broadly, computers) existing in the sizes they do is what VR needed to take the next big steps. You are not down huge brain tech wizard calling the shot. I hope you go short all the VR stocks right now if you are so blatantly sure if your smooth brain conceptualizations.
They're not splitting hairs. The comment implied that spending time on VR is wasted because there's real world issues. Why is that exclusive to VR? Get off reddit and go solve real world issues. Crypto, in reality, does fuck all to combat real world issues too so why is this sub wasting time here?
You're splitting hairs mate. There is no 'problem to solve'. Now before you jump down my throat, I attempted to build a primitive VR headset in 1990 after meeting Jaron Lanier, used the first 5'' Sony LCDs that had just come out. And even Jaron 'Mr. VR' Lanier is warning of the dangers of excessive immersion these days. I guess we just got older and realized the dangers of blindly embracing technology.
Well Reddit allows people all over the world to exchange ideas and information so I would say that it is pretty useful. Personally I don't see much point in VR. If other people do enjoy it then I don't think that is necessarily bad but I do think that the disconnect we already have from nature and reduced physical interaction with other humans is already having negative consequences and with VR it is only going to get worse.
It is, and I'm waiting for it to evolve. I watched the full interview, and I don't think Lex was lying when he was describing his experience. People comment after seeing (or even not) the "2D version" on their screens and don't take into account that it's waaaay different when in the proposed use, which is with VR headset.
People seem to think the horizon worlds app is the metaverse. Metaverse is the infrastructure for all this AR and VR tech, which is still very early in development. There's just a heavy circulation of negative sensational articles that are pumped out on reddit and then regurgitated by folks such as yourself that likely didn't actually read the article in the first place.
You've said it all. These different aspects are triggers to more crypto adoption over time. I've been looking at the gamifying aspect of this and I feel gamers are really excited being that they can be earning even while having fun. The likes of Holoride make this more interesting with their tech that is offering Ride to Play to Earn. Here backseat passengers on transit and play games on their VR tech and still earn. For me, this and many more are trends to look out for.
To an extent, P2P has been a big thing in my country and we also use Binancepay. I also learned there are marketplaces that allow users to spend their crypto assets on real-life things, like the ability to buy Retrofit VR tech with RIDE and a few others. I believe with time it will go mainstream as crypto adoptionto increases globally.
I'm glad you're so confident about the potential of these projects. The DeFi space is full of exciting opportunities to explore and generate passive income. I think that Matic, RIO, and especially RIDE show a lot of potential - their VR in-car entertainment tech is innovative and impressive. Let's hope that these projects can continue to develop even in this bear market, so that we can all benefit from a eventual bullish run. for crypto insights and analytics visit http://betygfi.com
I'm quite optimistic that we'll see a metaverse comeback in the next bull run, Meta has a lot going on, including working with BMW to bring metaverse experience to cars, something very similar to what holoride is already doing. Not forgetting Apple is going to launch a VR headset even though they're in self denial about it lol.
It should definitely do well from my analysis and not just ETH. I'm also optimistic about Matic, RIO and especially RIDE which is offering multiple means of passive income around its VR in-car entertainment tech and their continued building in the bear market. I think we should have a massive bull run in no time as more projects are also developing.