Nvidia CEO: We are moving towards Crypto Metaverse

https://bayanbox.ir/view/4287146254947980565/nvidia-crypto-mining-%D8%B1%D8%A7%D8%AD%D8%AA-%D8%AD%D9%82.jpg "We are on the verge of a blockchain-based Metaverse augmented reality," Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang told Venturebeat video game reporter Dean Takahashi.

In an interview published Saturday, the head of Nvidia Graphics describes a future that is not far off the NFT: "The art you have is digital art. You own it using NFT. You will display that beautiful art. This is one of the different types and it is completely digital. "

Huang envisioned a seamless transition between the physical world of our perishable assets and the virtual world of our digital assets. "You will have our glasses or your phone. You can see that it is right there and belongs to you. If you enter our world, we will see this Metaverse overlap in our physical world. "

Huang's idea for "Metaverse Overlap" is already here. In March, teen NFT artist FEWOCiOUS auctioned off a pair of shoes designed as NFT, both in the real world (IRL) and as an augmented reality pair. Minutes, earned $ 3.1 million.

Similarly, the latest creatively known rapper MF Doom project was a collection of AR MF Doom masks. These NFTs can be displayed in virtual worlds such as Decentraland Art Galleries.

Nvidia and cryptography

Nvidia is no stranger to digital currencies. In February, Nvidia released a graphics card for Atrium miners The Nvidia CMP (Cryptocurrency Mining Processor) due to the popularity of its graphics drivers in the cryptocurrency mining operation.

In the late spring, the company announced that it was reducing the hash power of its three popular graphics cards to keep gamers happy.

At the end of May, Nvidia earned $ 155 million from its CMP cards. "CMP is performing better, and its production will not reduce GeForce supply," Huang said in the month. So it protects the supply for gamers. "

When this uniqueness arrives, it will be provided by Nvidia.