Meta’s metaverse has no legs

Mark Zuckerberg desperately needs Horizon Worlds, Meta’s metaverse, to succeed. First, he’ll need to figure out how to make money from the world. Horizon World’s progress summarized: little traction, no legs and many angry developers. In February, Meta reported 300K monthly active users on Horizon Worlds — just over .01% of the number of Facebook…

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Shiba Inu moving beyond a meme coin with metaverse plans

Shiba Inu ($SHIB) – the meme coin inspired by Dogecoin ($DOGE) is heading into the metaverse. $SHIB and $DOGE have a collective market cap of over $37B — each with little utility beyond being a meme — but Shiba’s creators want to change that. Memecoin meets metaverse: Shiba’s creators first announced their metaverse plans in…

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2022 Metaverse prediction: Rising fast, falling hard

2021 was the year the metaverse (Primer: What is the metaverse?) took off — but 2022 may be the year it disappoints investors. Here are two big metaverse predictions — and why investors shouldn’t fall victim to the hype cycle. Prediction #1: Years to play out … We’re still many years away from mass metaverse…

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Nvidia pushes beyond the metaverse, launches omniverse products

While other companies are stuck in the metaverse (the virtual world), Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) has its mind in the omniverse — a collaboration between the virtual and physical world. What’s the big deal? The chipmaker has been on fire — up 48% in the past month — and recent news is only adding fuel. Nvidia is…

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Facebook ignites the Metaverse wars

In 2020, one of the biggest company tactics to get investor attention – getting in bed with electric vehicles (EV) (see Naked Brands, an intimate apparel company that’s merging with an EV company). But the next big trick, becoming a metaverse company – another internet revolution. A world of imagination and endless possibilities The metaverse…

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