Mitsubishi and other companies will create a Japanese metaverse economic zone
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Several major Japanese technology, manufacturing and financial companies are teaming up to create an open metaverse infrastructure to advance the national Web3 strategy .
IT services company Fujitsu announced that it is collaborating with nine other companies, including automobile manufacturer Mitsubishi and global bank Mizuho, to create an interoperable metaverse called RYUGUKOKU (TBD) to be used to expand the “Japan Metaverse Economic Zone”.
The goal of the meta-alliance is to help corporations create a foundation for Web3 marketing, work reform and initiatives in areas of consumer experience. RYUGUKOKU (TBD) will serve as a virtual world to connect users to various Web3 services created by companies and government agencies.
The platform will also implement “auto-learning avatars” that will collect information about users in order to provide a personalized metaverse experience. Set "Pegasus World Kit" will help users create gamified metaverses, and his “Multi-Magic Passport” will provide identification and payment methods to facilitate interaction in the metaverse.
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