Metaverse

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is going to be bigger than the stock market boom of the 1990s.

America 2.0 Explained: Metaverse

Imagine putting on a headset, and suddenly you find yourself in a world you envisioned and created from the ground up.

Everything from the grass to the sky. It even boasts its own economy, where you and others from around the world can earn and spend virtual money.

New technologies — artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, semiconductors, edge computing, blockchain, augmented reality and virtual reality (VR) — are now creating virtual worlds.

You can access them all in seconds through your smartphone, tablet, gaming device or virtual headset. You can create an avatar to look like you, build virtual homes, furniture, cars and even pets.

Then you can interact with others that “live” in this alternative digital realm. All within a three-dimensional (3D) world that looks and feels real.

This is the metaverse.

Metaverse image

"Meta" means transcendent or beyond, and "universe" is all space and everything in it.

The metaverse is a virtual-reality world where users can interact with each other in a 3D computer-generated environment.

And the possibilities of the metaverse are limitless...

What Is the Metaverse?

Essentially, the metaverse is an extension of modern social networking into a virtual environment and has extraordinary potential to be an incredible America 2.0 investment.

Online gaming platforms such as Roblox, Fortnite and Minecraft are enabling the creation of these shared VR spaces. Over time, these shared spaces can expand to cover more than just video games and other social content.

The metaverse has the potential to include live events such as concerts or movie screenings or become a platform for remote education and meetings.

What sets the metaverse apart from, say, the Internet as we know it, is that the metaverse is being developed independently of government oversight by Big Tech companies with commercial intentions at its core.

Over the next few decades, the metaverse will emerge as a leader in video gaming and social networking and will inevitably take on many more forms along the way, much like the Internet has since its inception.

Think of it like this — the world is rapidly becoming more connected than ever before.

It took 59 years for nearly 80% of humans to use landline phones, 28 years for 80% of us to use personal computers and 14 years for 80% of us to use cellphones. And the rate of adoption continues to get faster and faster.

At this rate, a majority of people having access to the metaverse is less than a generation away!

But access to the Internet is truly the key to the metaverse’s success.

The metaverse is an always-on digital space where people can come together to build and strengthen relationships. It’s a digital version of life as we know it, but existing on the back of the Internet.

For these reasons, the metaverse is one of the core mega trends of Paul Mampilly’s vision for the Fourth Industrial Revolution — what he calls America 2.0.

America 2.0 is remaking the way we live, work and play, and it’s transforming countless industries in the U.S. and around the world.

What’s Driving the Metaverse?

The metaverse is driven by many factors across all of the mega trends that make up America 2.0. A few examples include:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI is a branch of computer science that aims to build machines that can “think” in ways that mirror — but go far beyond — the natural intelligence of humans. These “thinking machines” are essential to making the metaverse possible, with an almost “superhuman” ability to learn and solve problems. AI is poised to virtually transfer every major industry over the next decade or two and is likely to carry the metaverse to its full potential.
  • Internet of Things (IoT): The IoT is the biggest driver of the Internet itself. It’s how the Internet connects to nearly every aspect of the modern world — through computers, smartphones, tablets and other devices — that makes the IoT a powerhouse. And through the IoT, the metaverse has the potential to grow into its own outstanding branch of the Internet.
  • Semiconductors: Semiconductors are the building blocks of modern technology, making up the tech that runs nearly every aspect of America 2.0. Global semiconductor companies are facilitating the widespread adoption of the IoT and stand to provide the groundwork for the next level of the metaverse.
  • Virtual Reality (VR): There’s a strong demand from today’s world for access to the next big thing in technology. And that’s where VR comes in. From video games to education to programming, the possibilities for VR technology are endless. The metaverse and VR are a match made in heaven, and VR only enhances what the metaverse can do in every possible way.
  • Cloud Computing: By definition, cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. Essentially, without cloud computing, there would be nowhere for the metaverse to call home.

All these examples and more are driving the metaverse toward the future of America 2.0 and beyond. It’s easy to see why Mampilly believes that the metaverse is arguably the next iteration of the Internet — and it’s happening now!

Which Companies Are Embracing Metaverse Technology?

  • Roblox Corp.
  • Visa Inc.
  • Facebook Inc.
  • Hyundai Motor Company.
  • Ralph Lauren Corp.

What Are the Metaverse’s Global Market Projections?

According to Bloomberg, the global metaverse market revenue is currently valued at $479 billion. It’s on track to rocket up to $783 billion by 2024. That’s a compound annual growth rate of 13.1%.

Global Metaverse Market Projected Chart

Plus, per Bloomberg data, the total metaverse market size could reach 2.7 times that of just gaming software, services and advertising revenue. Impressive!

This massive growth is perhaps the best example of America 2.0 in action. The metaverse is becoming a game-changer for technology as we know it. And this incredible market growth we’ll see over the coming years is just a glimpse of the metaverse’s bright future.

To learn more about how the metaverse and other mega trends fueling America 2.0 will transform modern life and where the best investment opportunities lie, click here.

 

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