Mark Zuckerberg wants one billion people to live in his Metaverse and to spend on fake digital goods

Mark Zuckerberg revealed his ambitions on Wednesday to have a billion people join his virtual reality world — the Metaverse — and to create a digital economy consisting of fake goods so users can ‘express themselves.’

The CEO of Facebook was speaking to CNBC’s Jim Cramer as he attempts to blur the lines between virtual, augmented and actual reality in his futuristic world.

‘Our North Star is that by the end of the decade, we hope to basically get to around a billion people in the Metaverse doing hundreds of dollars of commerce each, buying digital goods, digital content, different things to express themselves,’ Zuckerberg said.

‘So whether that’s clothing for their avatar, different digital goods for their virtual home, or things to decorate their virtual conference room. Utilities to be able to be more productive in virtual and augmented reality and across the Metaverse overall,’ he added.

At a time when the U.S. economy is facing a period of inflation, and Americans are paying…

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