Governments, big companies, and few wealthy families own the whole world, and people can have access to their services. The general cost is low, but most people own nothing; they spend all of their income on service subscriptions.
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As one of the world’s most popular brands, Gucci has capitalized on the multi-billion dollar sneaker market by dropping new logo-heavy silhouettes and remixing winning styles to keep things fresh. The Italian company’s latest kicks are its most egalitarian to date, weighing in at a mere $11.99 USD, but you’ll never be able to wear themHaving already dipped into the digital footwear realm, the luxury fashion house Gucci is now launching a series of augmented reality (AR) sneakers. This is part of a major push from parent Kering to keep at the forefront of virtual reality trends.To accomplish this, Gucci has once again collaborated with Belarus-based fashion-tech company Wanna, known for manipulating AR to create three-dimensional models that can be used for digital sneakers and watches fittings. Wanna is no stranger to the fashion and tech world, having worked with brands such as Reebok, Puma and Snapchat to test out the consumer response to virtually trying on clothing. Previously, Gucci has worked with Wanna to digitalize its AR sneaker “try-ons” in the Gucci app(hyperBeast)
Why it matters?
It implies that we see strong growth in Virtual Economy segment. It also shows the importance of NFTs in future of ownership. If users pay for virtual goods, they should posses the virtual items beyond the seller platform.
Dutch startup The Fabricant, Dapper Labs and artist Johanna Jaskowska recently sold a digital dress, Iridescence, for $9,500 on the blockchain. It’s not like buying a costume in a video game — the creators will ‘tailor’ it for you based on a photo, and its nature as a blockchain asset both makes it unique and gives it value like cryptocurrency. It’s also based on 2D patterns used for conventional clothes, so you could theoretically create a real life equivalent(1).
First Planet Company, a subsidiary of the MindArk Group that develops and markets the Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game Planet Calypso, which is based on the Entropia Platform and part of the Entropia Universe (still with me?), claims that the world record for most expensive virtual object ever to be sold has been smashed into thousands of virtual pieces.
First Planet Company about a month ago announced the public auction of the Crystal Palace Space Station, according to the release ‘an extremely popular hunting destination that is in orbit around Planet Calypso’. The lucky winner of the auction, Erik Novak (aka “Buzz Erik Lightyear”), ended up winning the bid with a $330,000.00 USD offer(Techcrunch).
Buyer was certain he would get great returns off of. 10 years later, after some great returns on the investment, it was decided that the Crystal Palace Space Station would be a publicly owned asset with 500,000 shares available at 10 PED ($1) per share. That’s a total-shares value of $500,000 dollars(bproperty)!
Video of Crystal Palace Space Station
Why it matters?
-it changes the known paradigm of ownership, It encourages investment in virtual objects of virtual worlds.