To an already long list of household names that have begun directing their investments into the metaverse as Paris Hilton, Eva Longoria o Iker Casillasthe Dukes of Sussex could be added, Meghan y Harry.
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As reported The Mirrorthe former actress of Suits and the brother of Prince Guillermo “are in advanced talks” with a major tech company to launch the first “land sale” in the virtual universe.
The metaverse aims to change the way we relate to the outside world. In this sense, it would be a 3D virtual ecosystem in which users would connect through devices, such as virtual reality glasses, to interact, exchange goods and services using bitcoins, digitized currencies.
The aforementioned medium assures that the son of Charles III and his wife would associate with Pax.World to create Me-averse, their own virtual land, where they would “spread their message”. Markle could broadcast her podcast Archetypes in the metaverse, while her husband could give his mental health talks in avatar form.
“We are offering Harry and Meghan a parcel of premium Pax.World land and the opportunity to collaborate with the world’s leading architects, build on it and connect with new audiences,” said Pax.World founder, Frank Fitzgerald, to English digital. “The metaverse is tailor-made for the progressive, tech-savvy and entrepreneurial audience Harry and Meghan seek to connect with by turning a new leaf, away from the Royal Family,” he added.
After they stepped down from their royal duties in 2020, Isabel II he prohibited the couple from using their royal titles for commercial gain. However, they have known how to exploit their brand in such a way that they have signed million-dollar agreements such as on series with Netflixwhich is pending to announce its release date, or the podcast con Spotify. Also, Harry publishes his ‘dreaded’ memories on January 10, 2023. According to British media, Penguin Random, the publisher behind his biography, would have paid him $20 million.