Web3 is essential for the metaverse’s data sovereignty

For the first time, Web3′s decentralized structure will enable consumers to engage in digital markets without sacrificing their privacy.


You’re in a video game right now, but the metaverse will appear precisely like the actual world soon. As some dismal metaverse ideas suggest, I don’t believe we’ll abandon reality and cease taking part in the real world. Artificial intelligence content production improvements are expected to lead to a photo-realistic metaverse with perfect clones of ourselves and accelerate us toward a hyper-reality that merges our natural world and digital lives into an immersive experience.

All of our online activities will occur in the metaverse, but they will be presented to us as more visually appealing. Our present virtual reality experiences are low-quality, which makes sense given that the bulk of the metaverse is made up of games, which are costly to produce. It’s also worth noting that the actual world around us is awash with high-definition, tailored content experiences that run around the clock or reality.

The metaverse’s photo-realistic material will be almost indistinguishable from the actual thing as technology develops. AI content creation algorithms that employ real-world data to replicate digital replicas of ourselves flawlessly will be the driving force behind this transition. How will you avoid evil actors from manipulating your photo-realistic virtual self when the actual world spreads into virtual space?

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Are we going to be digital slaves to large corporations?

Huge organisations have harvested personal data due to the rapid development of the internet and an ever-expanding array of excellent digital goods and services. Only select businesses and their algorithms can hear every search engine query, remark, profile picture, email, and purchase we make on the internet. Immersive content and ever-expanding data streams will flood the virtual world in the metaverse. However, it’s not apparent that we’ll be eager to give companies the same authority over our unique biometric voice and face data necessary to build virtual replicas of ourselves in the hyper-real metaverse.

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More and more individuals are hesitant to disclose their personal information with online platforms, especially among Generation Z, because of the way many internet services gather data. With the advent of the hyper-real metaverse, the stakes have never been more significant. This is because rendering accurate representations of humans, including our digital facsimiles of bodies and voices, requires such sensitive data. With hyper-real material, this presents a fundamental obstacle to building an inclusive and accessible metaverse.

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