Metaverse and Web3 (Hiroshi Kunimitsu / MdN Corporation)

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As a company that eats food on the WEB, it is too important to understand what will happen to the WEB area in the future.

At least 6 to 7% of the work that we are currently undertaking with money will not exist in XNUMX years.It is natural to say that it is natural, but when you read this book, the vague predictions come up as a real sense of crisis.

In order to survive there, we must not only improve the skills of our staff, but also boldly update the structure of the company itself.

I still have time to prepare.I would like to thank you for your good luck in reading this book now.

I understand the difference between VR and AR, but I feel that the words MR, XR, and mirror world are cluttered and I don't understand them well, so it was Metaverse that rebranded them. (Omitted) Web3 is a rebranding of cryptocurrencies, crypto assets, blockchains and cryptos.

MR (Mixed Reality) is a Japanese word for "mixed reality," and XR (Extended reality) is a general term for technologies that combine the real world and the virtual world. VR, AR, and MR are included in this XR.

An important theme of the battle in the social era was "What is the data that Google cannot collect?"Who did people meet, where did they go, and what did they eat?Social companies centered on Facebook have succeeded in voluntarily spitting out this by using a method called "approval desire" instead of someone collecting it steadily. (Omitted) In the Web 3.0 era, we have to think about two questions: "What is the important data that Facebook, Google, and Amazon have not taken? And what is the incentive to spit it out?" How is it?

The Metaverse from here will create an economic zone comparable to the current real world from scratch.And you don't have to take it away from anyone.I think that "just now" is the birth of such a vast frontier.

The history of a joint-stock company is surprisingly short, starting with the establishment of the Dutch East India Company in 1602.So what was amazing about the corporation?It means, "I can now take on the challenge of taking risks."