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Metaverse May 3, 2022

Metahorse steps into the metaverse



Now that Metahorse‘s beta version is nearing completion, the company is preparing to unveil the Metaverse’s first genuine horse, MYKONOS 50. The MYKONOS 50 is an Anglo-Arabian crossbreed horse. A hybrid between a thoroughbred Anglo and an Arabian racehorse, this colt has a great track record of reaching the finish line in the lead. This bay-colored horse was born in January 2010 in Spain and is presently residing at Al Dhabi Horse Riding Stable.

According to Metahorse’s chairman, “Metahorse is a concept that, unlike previous Metaverse ventures, would link the actual world with the Metaverse – the parallel virtual reality.” To bring this concept to life, the Metahorse team is focusing on developing a cutting-edge digital horse ecosystem that will connect the physical horse ecosystem to the Metaverse. It has already signed many memorandums of understanding with major players in the physical horse business and believes the moment has arrived to integrate reality and technology.

To celebrate the entry of MYKONOS 50 into the Metaverse, MetaWin wants the community members to witness the event

He has said that the MYKONOS 50 will be the first horse to enter the Metaverse, as well as the first horse to have the name Meta. It will be renamed METAKONOS in the Metaverse after the renaming. Apart from that, Metahorse is in the process of finding a new owner for METAKONOS, which it will transport into the Metaverse. Additionally, the fortunate owner of METAKONOS will get a Meta title and a customized NFT to facilitate their admission into the Metaverse.

According to official specifications, the new owner will get ownership rights to METAKONOS through Metahorse NFT. Metahorse will tether METAKONOS ownership to METAKONOS NFT. If the new owner sells the METAKONOS NFT, the horse rights will be sold as well. Thus, possessing the METAKONOS NFT is necessary for both real-horse ownership and representation in the Metaverse.

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Nomura unveils a new metaverse subsidiary



Despite the recent turbulence, it has been announced that Nomura will form a cryptocurrency-focused subsidiary under its digital asset arm. This is just another indicator of increased bank adoption of cryptocurrencies.

According to a statement made by Nomura, the company recently formed its “Digital Company” with the goal of “accelerating uptake of digital technologies and enhancing our client services,” with a particular emphasis on digital assets.

And in the most recent development, the Japanese financial giant will devote focus on digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, or non-fungible tokens, with the launch of a subsidiary within Digital Company, according to a report from “Bloomberg,” which cites senior managing director Kaoru Numata, who oversees digital projects and retail marketing. Numata is quoted in the report as saying that the subsidiary will focus on digital assets.

After observing “substantially” increasing client demand over the course of the previous two years, Nomura only recently introduced Bitcoin futures

Despite the recent instability, a growing number of banks are continuing to enhance their acceptance of cryptocurrency. This trend was particularly fueled by the failure of the stablecoin TerraUSD. It was revealed last week that Barclays and Goldman Sachs made an investment in the crypto trading business Elwood Technologies owned by the British hedge fund billionaire Alan Howard. The latter financial institution only recently introduced its very first Bitcoin-backed lending facility a month ago.

In addition, Digital Company is going to look into the possibilities offered by the metaverse, such as giving advice on recently passed laws or engaging in online fundraising.

The expansion of Digital Company’s research and development efforts into the metaverse and other blockchain-driven services may need the hiring of “a few dozen” additional staff members. The specifics of how Nomura intends to implement the metaverse are not yet complete.

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Nissan presented a release in the metaverse



Nissan released its all-new Sakura, which is a compact electric vehicle that is derived from the IMk Concept. It was presented for the first time at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The little electric vehicle had its first public showing at Nissan’s Global Headquarters in Japan, and then it was unveiled virtually in the metaverse shortly after that.

In addition, it is possible to get a virtual feel for the Sakura by visiting the Nissan Crossing, which also provides opportunities to do virtual test drives. According to the manufacturer of the vehicle, the purpose of the metaverse debut of the Nissan Sakura was to provide clients with a one-of-a-kind experience that featured elements of immersive music and lighting. Additionally, a live broadcast was made available on the YouTube account that Nissan manages; however, the broadcast was only available in Japanese.

Nissan believes that once this project is finished, it will serve as a sign of the company’s growing presence in the metaverse as well as the introduction of new ways for businesses to digitally engage with their consumers

“The all-new Sakura follows in the footsteps of the LEAF and the Ariya as an electric car for the mainstream market,” declared Asako Hoshino, Executive Vice President of Nissan. “The LEAF and the Ariya have paved the way for the all-new Sakura,” she added. We believe that it will be a significant game changer for the Japanese market, making it far easier for consumers in Japan to get electric vehicles.

The new Nissan Sakura electric vehicle comes standard with a battery pack that has a capacity of 20 kWh and an electric motor that has a maximum output of 47 kW (63 hp) and 195 Nm of peak torque. It is reported that this electric car has a range of up to 180 kilometers on a single charge and that it can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in around 40 minutes when using a fast charger. It can be purchased for 2,333,100 yen in Japan, which is about 14.15 lakh Indian Rupees.

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Yupix pushes VR use for metaverse real estate



Virtual reality is sweeping South Florida, with businesses incorporating technology into healthcare, fitness, and other aspects of daily life. YUPIX, a Miami-based technology firm that claims to revolutionize how individuals interact with the world.

“Just as a book is an extension of your mind, YUPIX, or spatial computing, is an extension of your reality. Imagine how powerful your life would be if your reality could be stretched to new heights.” “The term YUPIX comes from the fact that you choose your own reality, what you want to see, and you are the main character,” Alesso explained.

The company’s major emphasis is real estate, and one of its featured projects is the E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Miami and E11EVEN Hotel Residences Beyond, a pair of 65-story residences in downtown Miami that aims to emphasize luxury living.

Even if the place isn’t ready yet, YUPIX can give users a preview of what’s to come

YUPIX’s technology can also identify possible issues, develop solutions, and speed up the decision-making process in the real estate development process. According to YUPIX, the first tower is already sold out, and the second tower is around 90% sold out, a figure that even the property’s own website emphasizes. The company’s long-term ambition is to grow beyond Miami, eventually becoming an international brand that anybody can visit at any time, from anywhere.

“So you’ll be engaging all the time, between the actual world and the virtual world in a way that seems very natural,” Navarro added.

While some may be wary of the transition, YUPIX believes that this is a watershed moment for technology, another step into the ever-evolving metaverse, and a chance to pave the road for the future.

“I feel that technology gives us power.” Technology is neither good nor harmful in and of itself. It’s up to us to figure out how to utilize it appropriately, and it’s up to us to figure out how to use this new power,” Alesso remarked.

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