It's been another busy week in the Metaverse, so I've selected my favourite three stories to see you safely into the weekend. Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen sells his letter as an NFT in Miami
Niantic raises $300M at a $9B valuation to build the ‘real-world metaverse’ This is a big deal because Niantic has already proved it can deliver hugely successful AR experiences at scale. They are also providing a developer kit so others can build AR games using their code.
So many people have suggested that after expensive JPEGS comes expensive MP3's... And that is because compared to movies or games, producing high-quality music can be quite a quick process. So Royal looks to be an early front-runner in the race to tokenise music from established artists
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Well, as the games industry has shown us, there is a huge demand for imaginary worlds to which people can retreat and escape. And I'm sure that whatever your creative discipline, the 100% created nature of these metaverses will offer innumerable ways to inspire and enlighten people around the world.