MetaMetaverse hosts MetaSeminar to discuss future of metaverse

MetaMetaverse founder and CEO Joel Dietz has announced the date and time of the world’s first MetaSeminar, which will take place online on November 20th, 2022, from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. CET. The seminar will focus on the emerging metaverse industry’s future and a fresh look at the metaverse development process based on research into telepathy, artificial intelligence, and mathematics.

Dietz, a serial entrepreneur, was instrumental in creating several critical projects, including MetaMask, Ethereum, the first smart contract educational channel, and the pioneering academic research on cryptoeconomics.

According to the company’s website, MetaMetaverse is a platform where users can create their own Metaverse. Each Metaverse is its virtual society, with games, interactive experiences, governance, and economy. Metameta lang, the layer 1 protocol for metaverse interoperability, is used to create these metaverses.

His current work focuses on the interaction of blockchain network topologies and Swarm intelligence.

The CEO is also intrigued by the role of decentralized organizations in the evolution of global power. In addition, Dietz also works on laws, Holonic philosophy, data-driven innovation strategies, and smart city data architecture.

“We are now at the precipice of building something extraordinary,” Dietz said. “but before we jump on the bandwagon and begin to explore the metaverse, we must ask ourselves.”

“Why are we doing so? Who would be interested in jumping in? And what sort of societal and scientific implications will the Metaverse bring to the world.”

Dietz has built some of the largest asset tokenization deals. He is also the author of the monograph “Principles of Holonic System Design”.

As one of the most cited authors on Google Scholar for cryptoeconomics, Dietz has been involved in many projects including a metaverse programming language and academic learning projects for MIT, Skoltech, and Notre Dame University.

The choice to host the MetaSeminar was based on attempts to keep everyone connected to the MetaMetaverse world informed of metaverse events and how to remain updated on implementing creative applications in the space.

The closed approach was dropped due to widespread interest, and the seminar is now open to the general public with a $30 flat rate.

MetaMetaverse’s MetaSeminar

The Metaseminar will offer a beneficial environment for creators to investigate joining this new digital realm through presentations, discussions, and specifics based on Dietz’s expert knowledge in his respective fields.

The seminar will feature talks on “metamathematics,” Web3 sustainability, metaverse ethics and aesthetics, cryptocurrency economics, and even the psychological aspects of crypto disruption.

The seminar’s ultimate goal is to promote dialogue and new thought methodologies through discussions and debates, resulting in fresh ideas and connections within this industry niche.

The MetaSeminar will cover various topics, including but not limited to; Predicting the Future with the Metaverse: N-Foundations, Parauniverses, and Prime Radiants; The Postfreudian Slip: Eleusis, Giorgio Colli, and Lacanian metaphysics, among other topics.

Metaverse will include telepathy, future forecast

Dietz’s claim that the Metaverse may have telepathy, future forecast, and hyperlearning will be one of the most controversial topics at the MetaSeminar.

Recently, he presented his three revolutionary metaverse visions, saying he is “going to make some bold claims.” Dietz also expected users would be able to enhance their understanding via the Metaverse.

According to Dietz, people will tend to transform toward a new method of communication, a “real-time collectivity,” as the Metaverse grows increasingly widespread. People can interact directly with others who are far away in an almost “telepathic” manner.

With the inclusion of artificial intelligence, he envisions the upcoming Metaverse being able to “predict the future” and users gaining “predictive power because of data.”