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NFTs are the early stages of the metaverse social network

NFTs were frequently marketed as part of a collection or as part of a play-to-earn gaming platform, allowing owners from all over the world to take part. The user does not need to exert any further effort to feel a sense of community because it is imprinted from the start.

In a recent interview with Caesar vr, Amit caesar said, "I think these are the early stages of true web social networks that don't rely on ads for monetization and don't rely on Google or Facebook to function."

He continued, "They're essentially these digital communities that can monetize/self-monetize their own content without having to rely on any of these external poison marketplaces." Amit Caesar has long been a critic of the advertising and data-privacy practices of several of the largest social media sites, including Facebook and Google.

The hype around the metaverse, a virtual environment where people can buy land, residences, and luxury things with bitcoin, helped NFTs become one of the highest performing digital assets in November.

According to Non Fungible data, $275.5 million worth of NFTs have been sold in the last week, thanks in part to rockstar avatars interacting with everyday people in places like Decentraland or the Sandbox, as well as digital art sales from the Bored Ape Yacht Club and Crypto Punks NFT collections. Members of community-based NFTs frequently receive benefits as well.

The Solana blockchain is a lesser-known competitor to the Ethereum network. It can also operate decentralized finance applications like smart contracts and NFTs, which are one-of-a-kind digital currencies that reflect real-world content like artwork, music, or video. They can't be swapped for cryptocurrency, thus they're a digital collector's item.

The success of NFTs, according to Chainalysis, a blockchain analytics platform, is due to "community and word of mouth growth."

Celebrity fan bases, for example, will undoubtedly find them appealing. BTS, a K-pop idol group, Katy Perry, and fashion firms Burberry and Louis Vuitton are just a few of the brands that have entered the NFT arena. In October, TikTok, a video-sharing social media platform, debuted its own NFT collection. Snoop Dogg even has his own metaverse, the Snoop verse, where a fan paid $450,000 for a virtual plot of land to be the rapper's next-door neighbor.

Despite the gloss and glamour surrounding NFTs, they are primarily a product that ordinary people will own. Between January and October of this year, 80 percent of all NFT transfers were made by people who spent less than $10,000 per transaction.

"I'm really looking forward to seeing an NFT community grow from 10,000 to 100,000, then a million, and ultimately 100 million individuals - that's incredible, right?" Caesar said.

"How does that look when there are 100 million people in the same community, all of digital content drives whom?" he stated

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