The metaverse, an immersive, digital alternative to the physical world, is where virtual avatars come together to work, pursue hobbies, shop, play, or otherwise gather to engage communities and explore the digital space.
It will be the 3-D successor to today's internet and represents a completely new way for us to connect with each other. Many hope that the promises of decentralisation and interoberability that the web3 space brings will be deeply ingrained in this future.
As the metaverse evolves we'll cover the legal issues and developments that surround this exciting new technology, spanning topics such as Data, IP and Employment, not to mention how investors, start-ups and brands can capitalise on the opportunities it presents.
Detailed insights from our legal experts on the metaverse
Spatial Computing: are IP laws a match for new technology?
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How will the metaverse transform key sectors?
Brands and businesses in the metaverse
How and when will consumers interact with the metaverse for their diverse digital needs, ranging from ecommerce, entertainment, job hunting and more?
Digital assets in the metaverse
How can the metaverse create, store, transact, protect and manage digital currency and offer ownership of digital goods?
Gaming: the first frontier of the metaverse
How immersive, interactive real-time connections will create new consumer experiences.
Listen to Hamza Khan, Partner at McKinsey & Company present key findings from McKinsey & Co.'s Metaverse report.
Faisal Galaria, CEO at Blippar has helped lead some world's most disruptive consumer technology companies including Spotify, Kayak, Skype and now Blippar.