The creation of educational programs and spaces within Web3 and the Metaverse has increased as more blockchain developers try to build in the virtual world. Specifically, Danielius Stasiulis, CEO of Learnoverse and BitDegree, officially announced the launch of the Metaverse Education Alliance (MEA), Web3, and Metaverse Education at the education-related MetaExpo Singapore event, according to information provided to Finbold on November 29. MEA is an international initiative to promote cooperation between top Web3 and Metaverse EdTech operators and pertinent stakeholders.
Taizo Son, CEO of Mistletoe Inc. and one of Asia’s most well-known investors, talked with Danielius Stasiulis during a panel discussion about how to reposition the Asian market as the following key hub for Web3 and metaverse training globally.
Up to 150 million minds needed to build a metaverse by 2030
It is estimated that 70 and 150 million minds will be needed to create the Metaverse by 2030, as revealed on the forum. Given the importance of Web3 education to the development of the Metaverse, it is also estimated that around 7 million teachers will be required to train the next generation of people who will create the Metaverse. Forum participants agreed that given the current state of the crypto market, the Web3 and Metaversum ecosystems should work together to create educational programs for talent production through programs like MEA.
As part of the MEA pledge, members commit to upholding shared ideals such as providing equitable learning opportunities, making education accessible worldwide, and establishing processes for the responsible accreditation of educational materials. The alliance includes the following businesses: Crypto Guilds, FIO Protocol, Pax World, Agora, and Unstoppable Domains.