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But when it comes to buying up property in the metaverse, Adamo is early. If the metaverse is meant to encompass everything that exists virtually, from digital art to virtual worlds, then the real estate parcels that are being snapped up can be seen as just one type of metaversal investment, often listed as NFTs. These virtual worlds—The Sandbox, Decentraland, Cryptovoxels, Earth2, Nifty Island, Superworld, Wilder World—each offer different things to users: hyper-realistic graphics, gaming options, communities of specific types of early adopters.
Each of those pixels, or plots, is a property worth real money; in general, the concept of scarcity is a farce online, but in these worlds—as in our physical one—it is often real. Meanwhile over on Cryptovoxels, things feel more like an early-stage video game populated by blank walking mannequins. Sometimes, they fly. MetaCollective has big plans for their blank squares.
He envisions virtual classes, dormitory rooms that users can rent, and a full social experience. None of this has been built or designed yet. But the money is real. One way to think about it is like purchasing a domain name, or snagging a good social media handle. If email was our home in Web 1, and social profiles—like a Facebook or Instagram page—were the Web 2 home bases for each of us, then personal property in the form of virtual real estate may be the Web 3 version.
The difference is that instead of being beholden to providers or platforms to design, regulate and control the experience, Web 3 property is intended to be something you, the end user, can build yourself. For brands, it could mean something much more interactive and active than their current digital presences. For individuals, it could mean earning income by playing games or selling products.
An entire industry of virtual world developers has already popped up. The big winners—at the moment, at least—are the platforms and developers, who are raking in investment dollars from early buyers. Many of the early buyers of virtual real estate are doubly invested—in the platforms themselves and through personal plays like DAOs buying and developing new land—so their bullishness is ultimately self-serving.
But the hunger is there for web3 investors. Already, plots in some virtual worlds are just as expensive as a real-world house. Even if the casual user experience leaves much to be desired, however, ways to claim land and plans to develop property are expanding daily. Over at Cryptovoxels, one developer is planning to build a New York Stock Exchange-style trading center and home for crypto-native companies like defi protocols in their centrally-located Frankfurt property, a spot they purchased because it allows for larger virtual buildings.
The dream is for it to become a central hub in this universe, and one with real utility as we migrate into virtual realms. If this all sounds quixotic, that cynicism is warranted. Even investors are maintaining healthy skepticism about the current iterations of virtual worlds. How Are They Doing It? Smoke and Mirrors Dont be a sucker?? The main thing he is selling is emotions, human behaviour If you ever have a chat with him think about this blog.. If so take a step back and think about the logic behind it rather than the emotions.
The guy started the blog is genuine Including myself. When I signed up with him, I was doing well with my job. Anyway, after signing with him, I lost a job and unable to pay him anymore. I am having trouble feeding my family. Yet he threatened to take me to the "attorney level". I am scared because I woule not be able to afford any lawyer.
I don't remember signing any contract with him. He just started charging my credit card and now he is demanding that I keep up with my payments. Does anyone know how I can release myself and my family from situation like this? I worry about food for my family tomorrow and payment for house reantal while he hauls on my phone to keep up with the payment. Thanks for sharing you're experience with the other Tim.
I am coming from this with a appraiser apprenticeship that fell through because my father had to retire early from knee pain and I tried for a year to get another appraiser willing to apprentice me with no luck. The whole industry has a major problem with this, and why you dont see much new blood.
So I recongise the opportunity here especially now with all these toxic assets. One guy I talked to about two hours away said there were guys in my area that did it but gave up. I'm just not sure where to turn? I'm starting into this being pretty much broke, looking for the most simple no money down deals? Maybe bank owned distressed properties with a contract flip? Would you be interested in possabily some min mentoring sessions? I just need help connecting the dots. I'm from a more rural area so this seems a bit more difficult.
I know you can go nationwide but im not nearly ready for that I dont think. Tim nearly suckered me in years ago before I actually worked in the sales myself. I even spoke to him back in 07 I think. I was quite happy when he said that, thinking yeah this is going to be great. For example the 5 mins I was on the phone years ago he dazzled and impressed me. He wanted me to know he was better than me yet we were the same and I could be him one day.
Make me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Great sales guy no doubt, great little story about his past etc etc etc. So if that is the genuine case and there is not some magic technical secret he knows and has put in his booklet, the course really is trying to be a pump you up to get you in a better state.
So you can put in crappy offers while throwing and stay motivated. I myself have been mentored by a few real millionaire's who I work for and there is no way they would carry on with this type of nonsense " "When Tim looks in his backyard, he sees a swimming pool and dolphins playing in the Gulf of Mexico. When he opens the garage door, he chooses between a Jaguar and an Aston Martin.
When he looks in the mirror, he sees a inch chest and a inch waist. Fair enough he can, it also shows the niche he is selling to……. Rich guys have no need to carry on in this fashion. He has his niche though and is why he can keep popping away clipping his 10k whoever is stupid enough to buy into it. Bears make money, Bulls make money, Pigs get slaughtered I was nearly one of them myself and unfortunately, Tim here has been. Good on you Tim for starting this blog.
Comments 15 Subscribe to Comments Comment. Show All Comments. Bill Gillhespy. Clark Hitchcock. Tim Krueger. I hope you have success with Tim's coaching and real estate in general. Regards, Tim Krueger. Mark Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and comment! I went throught Tim's course and I made 29k so far. It works. Stop bitching! How would you defend yourself if you were in Tims shoes on this blog??? I would suggest you consult a competent attorney and fix this.
And dont ever put yourself in this position again Good luck,,,hope things get better for you. Dear Tim, Thanks for sharing you're experience with the other Tim. Really funny thing though about Tim Taylor marketing videos on You Tube!? I used to buy and sell pre-foreclosures in a State that distressed property laws put me out of business.
I am planning on Using Tim's post-a-note marketing Idea in another State. I have used direct mail and door to door for contacting pre-foreclosures with good success overall. As a test I tried the post-a-note idea for selling roofing. Hand printed in blue ink. Results are 10 times better then say traditional printed direct mail. I know sounds crazy and counter intuitive to everything you have heard or think, hand printed notes that look like a 1st grader wrote them are much more effective then the best printed material.
There is an actual example of hand printed vs. But there is virtually no need to buy mentoring from a RE guru in my opinion. Join a local non-profit Real Estate Investor Club in your area is probably a good first step? Back to Top. Newer Post. Rainer , Follow Profile. Contact The Author. Full Name. Email Address. Phone Number. Service Areas. Additional Information.