A panel of experts joined Roundtable to discuss the future of Web3. In this segment, they discuss how Web3 can provide users with experiences inaccessible to them in the material world.
Alex Mascioli maintains that the metaverse can replicate real-world experiences even when geography is prohibi
"I've always wanted to see the Northern Lights. I put on the goggles with my friends that are in different cities, and we checked it out. I don't feel like I have to go anymore. It was that real, and I was in a different place," he says.
"All these veterans, and people that are in Afghanistan or wherever they are, they can see their families now."
Alessandro Patti adds that those now-digital experiences can include art, entertainment, and collectors' artifacts.
"We're working with a sports memorabilia company, and we're digitizing these million-dollar Jordans. You would never see them ever. Right now you can buy fractional ownership or rent them to go do something somewhere and see yourself in them in Sandbox," he says.
"Now I can see them in digital art galleries. I can't go to France, but I can see things in the metaverse."
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Marc LoPresti, Managing Director, Moneta Advisory Partners
Robert Bell, Founder, 2B3D
Alessandro Patti, Serial Entrepreneur
Jesse Crawford, CEO, WE NFT Metaversity