The Metaverse And The Stocks It Could Influence
November 24, 2021 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Despite the fact that Facebook has come under serious fire in recent years, the announcement of the Metaverses sent shockwaves through the tech world. They've promised an entirely new kind of internet, one that would work both for gaming, socialising, marketing, and even working. This also creates a prime opportunity for investors to start looking at the kinds of companies that will begin to integrate into the Metaverse and offer unique services to their customers.
Tencent is currently the biggest gaming and social media platform within China, and it isn't difficult to imagine that it would be one of the first companies around to jump on to the Metaverse bandwagon. Being the largest gaming distributor for both personal computers and mobile devices, Tencent is the owner of such companies as Epic Games, as well as WeChat, a chat service used by more than 1 billion. There's no doubt that Tencent represents a great chance for investment over the next few years as they adopt Metaverse technologies
Another company that could begin to truly capitalise on the Metaverse is Nvidia, who primarily focus on creating graphical processing units and other technologies related to gaming and the kind of selections found on sites such as onlinebingocanada.co. Nvidia perhaps stands to benefit the most out this venture, considering that the idea is to create a fully realised and immersive 3D world that will need powerful hardware to run, the kind of hardware that a company as big and as innovative as Nvidia could provide.
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