*The MAE was announced at MetaExpo Singapore.
*Learnoverse and BitDegree partner for this global initiative to federate Web3 and Metaverse, industry leaders.
It is said that 70 to 150 million talents are required to realize the Metaverse by 2030. 7 million educators are needed to train the next generation of builders of Metaverse. This was discussed in the forum at MetaExpo Singapore.
It was agreed by the forum participants that at this stage of market development, the Web3 and Metaverse ecosystem should take collective action in creating educational programs. Rightly so, Danielius Stasiulis, CEO of Learnoverse and BitDegree, inaugurated the Metaverse Education Alliance (MEA), a global initiative that is aimed at promoting cooperation among leading Web3 and Metaverse EdTech operators and related stakeholders.
The Forum included panels and addresses by prominent Web3 and Metaverse ecosystem developers. Taizo Son, CEO of Mistletoe Inc., focused on repositioning the Asian market as the next global hotspot for the same, while Darius Gaidys, Ambassador of Lithuania to Singapore, celebrated the stronger ties that Asia and the Baltic States are establishing.
Danielius Stasiulis said, “The potential for Web3 and the Metaverse is huge, and it is very clear what we need in order to actuate that potential: Talent. The Metaverse Education Alliance is a crucial step that the ecosystem must take in educating the next generation of Web3 and Metaverse builders. The next chapter in the Metaverse is being written at moments like these, when people say ‘I’m in’”.
Crypto Guilds, FIO Protocol, Pax World, Agora and Unstoppable Domains have joined the MEA Pledge to uphold the common goal of ensuring that MEtaverse education is accessible to all.