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The future of the metaverse is exciting and limitless. We can't wait to see what you're going to build next! In the future, Facebook becomes one of many social networks that we use as a way to stay connected with our friends, family, and even strangers from around the world.

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On Facebook, we're building a metaverse. We're creating an environment where you can share and explore anything you want, from the mundane to the profound.

Imagine being able to explore your favorite city with a friend who lives there—you could visit the same places together (and maybe even meet up for coffee), but it would be a new kind of experience. You'd get to know each other through shared content, and you might even end up becoming friends in real life. This is what we call "shared experiences"—and it's what we believe will enable us to connect people around the world.

We believe that building this shared experience is going to be one of the biggest challenges of our time. That's why we've been working so hard on technology that lets us do it right:


In a world where Facebook is the most popular and most powerful social media platform, it's easy to forget that there are other options.

The metaverse is one of those options.

It's not just another type of virtual reality or digital space—it's a whole new way of interacting with the world around you. The metaverse is like an immersive version of Google Maps: instead of being limited by your physical location, you can go anywhere in the world and interact with the people you want to interact with through your devices, whether those are phones or computers.

Facebook has been holding back on this technology for years—but now that it's coming into its own as a standalone platform, they're starting to release their own versions of it. They're not offering anything truly revolutionary, but they could be making some serious money from users who want to get away from Facebook and enjoy something new.

Metaverse is a term used to refer to a virtual world or alternate reality. It can be used to describe the world created by the internet, as well as a digital representation of the physical world. The term metaverse was coined by Neal Stephenson in his book, Snow Crash.

Metaverse is often described as "the next step" in human evolution. It is expected that this technology will allow for unprecedented communication between people across any distance and time.

Mark Zuckerberg has been working on this idea for years, and now he's releasing it to the public. He believes that in the future, people will spend most of their time in this new VR world instead of the internet because it's more fun and engaging.He wants his company to be at the forefront of this new technology so they can make money off of it.

Zuckerberg has worked on this project since 2008, when he first spoke about it at Harvard's commencement ceremony. The idea behind the metaverse is to let people communicate not just face-to-face but also via text and video. It would be much cheaper than building out a global network of cell towers—and it could even work without those towers at all if there was enough Wi-Fi access in certain places.