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How well do Americans understand the Metaverse? New survey may reveal answers.

The metaverse, as well as several virtual currencies such as crypto, bitcoin, and NFT, appear to be enticing investors. People may begin to shift their investments to the metaverse market as the inflation rises. Virtual reality and new technological breakthroughs are predicted to be a fast-growing sector in 2022.

Despite the significant growth in popularity of these tech topics, there is an equal rate in confusion regarding these complicated topics. QAD, a software business, polled over 1,000 people in the United States on their crypto expertise. 81.3% of Americans are confused by the metaverse, while 84.7% are confused by NFTs.

The metaverse uses virtual reality technology to bring people to a digital world that closely resembles reality. It can be accessed by an unlimited number of users worldwide simultaneously. The metaverse brings together technologies that have transformed the twenty-first century, including virtual reality, augmented reality, 4D audio, and eye-tracking.

Its more than just a video game. The metaverse has its own currency in the form of NFTs (Non-Fungible Token), which may be purchased, sold, and exchanged for substantial amounts of money. Physical money and cryptocurrencies are “fungible,” which means they may be swapped for one another.

Half of Americans surveyed believe they are losing money because they are uninformed on how to invest in cryptocurrency. If you have a good understanding of the metaverse and crypto, you may make huge profits by investing in it. It’s worth noting, though, that many people are adamantly opposed to the metaverse and NFTs. A third of individuals believe they would “absolutely not” date someone obsessed with bitcoin or NFTs, according to the QAD study.   Millennials are so opposed to crypto and the metaverse that 63% of those polled would prefer to give up social media forever than join crypto. Gen Z’s are marginally more amenable to the notion of a multiverse than Millennials. However, the metaverse continues to be rejected by the majority of Gen Z, with 56% preferring to give up social media permanently rather than joining the metaverse.


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