The Virtual Reality Platform (VR), Sensorium, has just announced its membership in Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC), a Swiss non-profit industry association that promotes blockchain technology.
VR a blockchain
Sensorium will take part in the upcoming GBBC virtual forum, which is scheduled to take place on May 28. During it, the company’s technology director, Alex Blagirev, will discuss his predictions on how virtual social media will change how people interact on the Internet.
The GBBC representative has also stated in the pages Cointelegraphthat combining VR and social media is starting to gain momentum. He added that he notes that the main platforms of this market, such as Facebook, “Provide users with new ways to share and view content.”
– In this context, blockchain technology is likely to play an important role in creating digital assets and the online virtual economy – adds the expert. – In addition, you can use blockchain technology to protect property and copyright, as well as create new models of advertising in virtual worlds, just like in the real world – argues.
Blockchain can eliminate identity theft on social media
CCO Sensorium, Brian Kean, highlighted the security benefits offered by distributed accounting technology.
– Identity theft, fake accounts etc. All of this will be largely eliminated because real participants in the virtually social world will have to verify their identity through a block chain – he thinks.
Kean also claims that blockchain will be used for “Facilitating payments for third-party content created.”
As a member of GBBC, Sensorium will participate in a number of activities aimed at the organization “Accelerating the implementation of blockchain technology and educating [przedstawicili] regulators, business decision makers and leaders about the benefits of this technology. “
Both entities first began formal cooperation earlier – at the flagship event GBBC, Blockchain Central Davos, in which Sensorium participated.
“The evening ended with a special show of the VR Sensorium platform and a performance of the GBBC Ambassador of Art and Music and former drummer Guns N ‘Roses, Matt Sorum”
– added a GBBC spokesperson remembering that event.