Adobe is Advising Organization to Get “Metaverse Ready”


The metaverse may be one of the most exciting investment opportunities of the year.

For one Emergen Research says it could be worth up to $828.95 billion by 2028.  Others, such as Matthew Ball, the CEO of Venture Capital firm Epyllion says the metaverse could be a $10 trillion to $30 trillion market.  Two, major companies, such as Skechers USA, Nike, CVS, Meta Platforms, Microsoft, and Walmart to name a few are jumping on the opportunity.

Even Adobe is telling organizations to become “metaverse ready.”

That, according to Fast Company, involves “creating 3D, immersive content that’s useful on platforms that exist today, with part of the idea being that doing so should provide a head start once the true metaverse starts to come into focus.”

All of which could be beneficial for Corp. (NEO: COIN) (OTCQB: SMURF), which is the only public company that owns metaverse real estate, Coinbase Global Inc. (NASDAQ:  COIN), Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: FB), Galaxy Digital Holdings (TSX: GLXY) (OTC: BRPHF), and Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT).

Former Disney CEO Bob Iger is also jumping into the metaverse.  According to The Wall Street Journal, Iger is “backing a startup that celebrities and others are using to create avatars for the much-hyped metaverse.” Big names could create big opportunity in the metaverse.