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Facebook Is Bringing You Into the Metaverse

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Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his company is pivoting toward the metaverse.

Facebook is going to spend $10 billion on it next year. It will spend $100 billion over the next decade building it.

Think about it: There are billions of monthly active users on Facebook. The scale of this is enormous.

Facebook touches half of the entire planet. It seems like everyone has a Facebook account.

And now Facebook is bringing you into the metaverse.

In today’s video, Steve Fernandez and I discuss why Facebook is the key to Web 3.0.

(If you’d prefer to read a transcript, click here.)

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Ian King

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