The Canadian-Russian programmer and creator of the world's second-largest cryptivate, Vitalik Buterin, spoke about the boom of the so-called metahumans, but Buterin said that he believed in the emergence of full-fledged projects of this type in the near future, but also questioned whether current attempts by large IT corporations to target a metallurgy would ever succeed.
"I still don't believe that the best metaverse will be created by the ways that venture capitalists are used to working. The industry is now in such a state that I'd rather beat bunks at the World of Warcrfat than play half of this metallurgical shit," Buterin pointed out.
We add that the creator of Ethereum is not the first expert to criticize the current hip around metahumans, and others have pointed out on several occasions that there is simply no technology in the world that is so powerful that it can create a real virtual world, rather than its horrible and glittery versions to pump money out of gullible lowlifes.
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