Friday, December 8, 2023

Polygon to address scaling issues in the Ethereum-based AR metaverse environment.

ETH has been the poster boy for NFT trading and the most popular way of buying these Non Fungible Tokens. It has been the go-to ever since and that helped boost its popularity. But since then, it has proved to be unsustainable for future use due to its high gas fees.

The first to move away from the ETH blockchain is OVR, one of the few AR (Augmented Reality) projects that heavily relies on many NFTs. They are migrating to Polygon (MATIC), which has greater flexibility and scalability. ETH is prone to high gas and also crashes. The slow updates have influenced many project developers and they slowly are leaving it too.

OVR lets smart glasses or mobile users interact with their own AR and has also recently been toying with the idea of its own metaverse. It is a community-owned and operated version that will serve as an alternative to “Meta” in the future.

It is unique because the user will not choose the experience but will depend on the community around their geographic location. In short, it will be like real life, where different places will have different experiences and sights.

In OVR, you can also create all the 3D content and everything will be hosted in the form of NFTs. It will be powered by Web 3.0 and is stated to be the next big thing to come into the market.

Such interactive NFTs will give new meaning to the term and you will be able to have unique things in the AR world.

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