One of the most important breakthroughs of Web3 development is cross-metaverse compatibility. Many developers are working on how people can easily overcome from one metaverse to another.
According to reports, two companies in the metaverse industry are partnering to work on this. Anitya.space and Metametaverse have decided to create the Metaverse Founders Club.
It is a significant step for metaverse development and the larger blockchain sector. The Club will work to facilitate transitions from one digital world to another.
The Metaverse Founders Club (MFC)
Presently, the interest in the metaverse has increased. However, there have been reduced developments in the area of user experience. The Club believes there is for a wider virtual world.
The new project, spearheaded by Anitya.space and Metametaverse, will enhance interoperability and collaboration metaverses. It is critical to have one virtual world through which users can enter others.
However, this would require a suitable infrastructure. Meanwhile, Joel Dietz, the CEO of Metametaverse, gave a breakdown of the infrastructure needed. Dietz noted that;
“As you approach a metaverse, the platform automatically loads it. Besides that, you will have multidimensional audio in the environment of the cube. We are currently developing self-hosted cubes that have their personal data URL. Also, users can easily push them across decentralized storage services.”
The MFC brings together virtual world pioneers and founders to build joint Web3 projects. Also, there is a great opportunity and potential with blockchain and web3.
Connecting Various Metaverses
Furthermore, the MFC is a link for collaborative and cooperative Web3 building. The report said they would meet every quarter to work on cross-metaverse games.
The initial game would be a scavenger hunt. This would take place across digital worlds where players would solve puzzles. When the puzzles are solved, it will open secret locations across various metaverses.
Moreover, this shows why interconnected worlds are important to developing the metaverse. Dietz confirmed the long-term plan by saying:
“Lots of individuals are buying into the metaverse idea. However, it would take a while before they understand the benefit of our plan. Our initiative with metametalang is very innovative and is a great addition to the sector.”
Furthermore, the Metaverse Founders Club’s first constitution has several bylaws. Usually, they are updated every month during the Club’s consortium.
Two staff and one founder can represent each team wishing to join the Club. However, eligible members must be an owner or part of the executive of a metaverse-related company.
Meanwhile, the Club’s active members include Joel Diet, Metametaverse’s CEO, Pedro Jardin, CEO of Anitya.space. Other members include David Bundi, CEO of MetaverseTalks, Ariel Manzur, Co-Founder of Godot, amongst others.