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DatChat Forms Partnership with MetaBizz for Metaverse Development

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DatChat, Inc., a blockchain-based social media, security, and advertising platform for the metaverse, announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, SmarterVerse, Inc., has teamed up with MetaBizz to create a new metaverse called “The Habytat.”

The Habytat will be a mobile-based social networking and business metaverse that will be built with DatChat’s Dynamic Content NFTs, proprietary blockchain digital rights management, and micro blockchain technology. The Habytat will take ownership in the metaverse more equal by making land available to almost anyone.

News about marketing technology, or “MarTech,” The CEO of Lytho, Douglas Thede, was talked to.

“We believe that the metaverse should be a shared virtual space that is interactive, immersive, and hyper-realistic, and while it initially presents those characteristics, we are quickly noticing users only participate if they own property,” said DatChat’s CEO Darin Myman. “There is currently a land grab occurring for metaverse property, which we think has hindered widespread adoption. I believe The Habytat will be at the forefront of a solution that will allow more people to have an ownership stake in the metaverse, and which will create further growth opportunities.”

Gianfranco Lopane will be in charge of the joint venture. He is currently the Head of Business Development at DatChat. According to the agreement, DatChat will control 60% of the joint venture at first, while MetaBizz will control 40%. MetaBizz will also provide more than twenty engineers and designers from both North and South America.

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