In this CoinGeek Discussions, HandCash's Alex Agut, Omniscape's Robert Rice, BSV Blockchain Association's Todd Price, and Kurt Wuckert Jr. discussed the metaverse, gaming, and hyperbitcoinization.
Transmira and Zetly have partnered with World Football Summit, with Robert Rice among the speakers at the renowned summit; he says digital twin technology will change the game.
In this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Rafal Gelner explains how Zetly Fueling Sports is exploring various avenues to create immersive experiences for sports fans.
Metaverse projects have attracted $707 million in the first half of the year as investment dips, but its share of Web3 funding has shot up from 27% to 44%.
Combining blockchain and AI with the metaverse can produce transformative applications that finally deliver the connection promise of the internet, says Robert Rice at the London Blockchain Conference.
Zetly is a next generation “all in one sports platform” that bridges the gap between physical sports and the digital world by fueling fan engagement via digital collectibles, NFTs, club tokens and more.
Robert Rice believes that a “Snow Crash-like” metaverse is only five years away, while underlining that only companies building impactful metaverse will survive.
Defiance Media is back to catch up with entrepreneurs, developers, and other personalities in the BSV ecosystem, and now they're focusing on entertainment.
Transmira has "soft-launched" a virtual goods marketplace on its Omniscape XR platform; the team is also inviting users to join its Discord channel to stay updated with their new releases.
Robert Rice’s presentation at GBC in Dubai is the answer to any city developing a Metaverse strategy: Omniscape.
The metaverse has focused on fun and cool new ways to interact, but Rice, through Omniscape, is monetizing the experience through product placement and more.