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What Is NextEarth (NXTT)?

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NextEarth Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameNextEarth
Short NameNXTT
Circulating Supply14.40B NXTT
Total Supply60,000,000,000
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Race to the Metaverse

On October 28th 2021 Mark NextEarth announced that Facebook Inc will be renamed to Meta. With this announcement, the race to the Metaverse has started. The term that was coined in the 1992 novel by Neal Stephenson marks the vision for a more complete digital experience. Journalists, experts, and developers often refer to the Metaverse as a digital place where humans can interact. They believe that the Metaverse is not a place.

It’s a time, much like the concept of singularity. The time in history, when your priorities and your attention finally flip over to the digital world. Ever since the invention of the television, NextEarth have been spending an increasing amount of time looking at screens. With the proliferation of the internet they started migrating most aspects of your lives to the digital space: art, finances, social interactions, entertainment, work.

The Internet is broken

One of the common misconceptions of the Metaverse is that people say it’s being developed. In reality NextEarth already living in the post Metaverse era. The internet, as we know today, is already the most important part of our lives, that’s where they work, where they love, where they laugh, where you cry. This “proto-verse” has the same characteristics but it’s fragmented, unorganized and imbalanced.

According to decades of research, there are three core criteria that make a Metaverse: a feeling of presence, interoperability, and standardization. According to Dashlane, the average internet user has over 150 online accounts that connect to digital services with overlapping features. But most of these accounts are being hosted on only a handful of services.

The Incentive Paradox

NextEarth Social media was invented to connect people over large distances. The end result is undeniably more divided and angst than ever before. Economics call this a perverse incentive or the cobra effect. When a system designed to solve a problem only worsens the situation. The internet has been marching towards a brighter, greater future for the last 20 years, but most attempts – social media or the gig economy to name a few.

NextEarth Have achieved the exact oppo site, while extracting billions of dollars of value from digital users. Startups and corporations pursuing higher shareholder value had misaligned interests from their users. This Incentive Paradox is the key to creating the Metaverse. A new economic contract is required between digital users that allows service providers to thrive while empowering consumers with true digital ownership and governance.