Meta to test money-making tools for its virtual reality platform Horizon Worlds
- Selected users can sell virtual fashion accessories and assets.
Metahas already invested hugely in virtual and augmented reality.
Horizon Worlds, give access to venues and virtual events, just like Metaverse.
Meta is also testing a creator bonus program for Horizon Worlds users in the United States, allowing them to pay participants every month for accessing new features that the company launches.
In a conversation with early adopters, held inside Horizon Worlds using avatars — Chief Executive Officer of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg said, “we want there to just be tons of awesome worlds, and in order for that to happen there needs to be a lot of creators who can support themselves and make this their job.”
Metaverse — embracing virtual reality
In recent years, Meta has invested heavily in virtual reality so that futuristic virtual environments can be accessed via different devices and users can socialize, play and work there. The company has also made it possible for virtual players to buy buildings, lands, and avatars. Users can also sell the same as non-fungible tokens or blockchain-based virtual assets.
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