Interest in the keyword “metaverse” in Google search has plummeted. But while the hype may be waning, it seems that companies are still very eager to jump into the virtual world.
Only in March did companies launch or unveil plans to create metaverse offices to be used for online meetings with international clients, domestic innovation hubs and to enhance social interaction with users.
Although we can see his previous releases, the metaverse tables feel like a glimpse into the work of the future. With that said, let’s take a look at some of the companies that have recently gone into the metaverse.
Atom event company builds a metaverse office
Mumbai-based event management company Atom has recently opened its headquarters. The company has acquired a digital room in Decentraland and plans to use the virtual office as a new way to connect with its international customers. The company also plans to use it in future meta-events.
Yash Kulshresta, creative director at Atom, said in an interview that the move is aimed at expanding the company’s global business and meeting the needs of the younger generation. “The younger generation growing up today will find this quite normal,” said Kulsresta.
KuCoin Exchange launched KuCoin Meta. Desk
Digital asset exchange KuCoin has launched a platform based on Bloktopia Digital Space. In a press release, the trading platform unveiled its KuCoin Meta Desk. The office aims to give its visitors an immersive meta-experience as well as access to interactive social media.
Johnny Liu, CEO of KuCoin, said that this achievement helps to achieve dependence on the metaverse and the blockchain. “KuCoin is exploring application scenarios for metaverse and blockchain technology,” Liu said.
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Bjarke Ingels designs the first virtual office
The renowned architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group has teamed up with creative agency Vice Media Virtue Futures to design a new metaverse office located in Decentraland. The digital space, called the Viceverse Office, will be a hub for Vice Media Group employees.
In an interview, Morten Grobak, CEO of Virtue Futures, called the office “an experimental site”. The office allows its teams to experiment with non-fungible tokens, decentralized autonomous organizations and Web3, Grubak said.
Statistics Sweden 10x reveals plans to launch Sandbox-based office
Statistics Sweden 10x, the investment arm of Siam Commercial Bank, has announced plans to launch a virtual office at The Sandbox. According to the announcement, the office will open later in 2022 and will be used to get in touch with the global construction environment.
In addition to connecting to the community, the digital office will allow attendees to attend events, join product launches and visit unique environments.