Metaverse and Web3 have become catch-all terms that describe some aspects of the future of the Internet. Beyond the hype, however, these technologies are creating exciting worlds that intersect digital and real life. As more people migrate to the metaverse to work, play, and “live” so to speak, real-world complexities will inevitably arise.
Have you ever thought about how crime will be stopped in the metaverse? How do we stop bad actors from ruining the next big leap in human ingenuity? Cryptooshala Editor-in-Chief Christina Lucrezia Corner addressed these questions and more in an exclusive interview with Next Earth’s David Taylor and ActiveFence’s Tomer Poran. The 20-minute conversation took place in the oldest bar in Dublin, Ireland.
When asked about how we should deal with bad actors in the context of the metaverse, Poran opined:
“Don’t try to fix scammers, Nazis or terrorists. They will stay. They existed before the Internet and will exist after.”
However, this does not mean that the problem cannot be solved. “There is one aspect that we, as platform providers, can do is education,” Taylor said. “And just constant education. It will never be enough.”
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Taylor and Poran also gave several examples of bad actors within the metaverse. We don’t want to spoil the interview, but one example was the sale of a land plot in the shape of a swastika. Of course, you also have your usual cases of scammers and scammers.
Corner ended the interview by asking when the mainstream society would finally be ready for the metaverse. You’ll want to hear thoughtful expert answers to this question, especially if you’re betting that metaverse games will be part of your crypto portfolio going forward.
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Credit : cointelegraph.com