Homeless in the Metaverse

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Last updated on February 27, 2022. Are you following Socratoshi Nakaplato on Twitter?

This post is a part of our The Elephant in the Blockchain series. While our “Influential People” & “Blockchain Quotes” series are easy to understand, our “The Elephant in the Blockchain” series might need an explanation. It is for “hard” questions. We are excited about the future of blockchain, and we think that answering brutally honest questions will help the industry and the users.

Is it possible to become homeless in the metaverse?

This one can be a Black Mirror episode easily.

People already spend 6-7 figures for metaverse items whether they are lands, buildings, yachts, or other types of related NFTs. Many metaverse projects are only at the whitepaper stage.

When we think about future demand, it is not hard to see the potential. If prices keep increasing in different metaverses, the majority of people can’t afford or even justify the pricing. So homelessness in a virtual world, sounds crazy, right?

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How is the early metaverse experience? Ryan Trahan spent 100 days in the metaverse. Check the video below for his impressions:

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