A massive fear-of-missing-out (FOMO) seem to be going on across the investing space – about investment into the Metaverse, thanks to Facebook’s recent name change to Meta.
Metaverse technology company, MetaLoka, announced that they have just got an investment from Herbert Sim, through his venture capital fund ‘The Bitcoin Man’. Mr. Sim has also been named advisor on the company’s board.
“Metaloka is thrilled and honoured to have Herbert Sim, one of the most visionary crypto veterans in the world to invest and advise our project,” said Minh Do, co-founder and CEO of MetaLoka. “His growth-hacking and marketing expertise will prove to be a great value-add to bolster the mass-adoption and expansion of the project across the world.”
“Metaloka has an extremely passionate and talented team,” said Mr. Sim. “The work they have produced in the last couple months have already shown great potential far beyond any of the other metaverse projects in the world at this point. And I am excited to be Team Metaloka to grow it to greater heights in a ‘beyond universe’ metaverse.”
MetaLoka is a metaverse ecosystem powered by blockchain that brings together entertainment, gaming odysseys, fitness, virtual office, education, social connections, commerce and so much more.
MetaLoka is build an ecosystem towards augmented and virtual reality to help build the next digital immersive experience. First project is Time Travel Odyssey, the first-in-the-world VR experience that spans manydimensions, where you can play, create, own, govern and earn from MetaLoka’s exclusive NFTs.
Mr. Sim is the founder of Crypto Chain University – the world’s first repository for blockchain and crypto research papers in 2010, and has taken various senior positions such as global operations director at Huobi; and Chief Marketing Officer at Russian crypto exchange – Cryptology.
Today, Mr. Sim has amassed over a million followers across his verified ‘blue tick’ public figure social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by the handle of @herbertRsim.
Published November 25th, 2021