A new Metaverse-as-a-Service (MaaS) product line called SpaceMetaverse has been introduced by Dubai-based Metaverse project Everdome (DOME), with the goal of increasing DOME accessibility and productivity. BlockBeats first reported on this development on November 9.
With the help of the Spaces metaverse platform, users will be able to share streaming media, photos, and videos with other users in an immersive, three-dimensional setting. This cutting-edge service uses customizable avatars to improve social interaction.
With this action, a new era of approachable and participatory metaverse experiences—dubbed “Metaverse 2.0” by Everdome CEO Jeremy Lopez—is anticipated to begin. According to him, the idea of “Metaverse as a Service” has enormous growth potential and might eventually reach trillion-dollar levels. Lopez claims that this development would create several chances for the DOME token to gain even more power.
The fact that Everdome (DOME) was recently recognized at the Dubai World Trade Center’s second GB Tech Web3 Awards is notable. The project received the “Metaverse Project of the Year” award alongside other notable winners such as Uniswap, ByBit, and MetaMask.