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ImmVRse’s showcase succeeded at 2018 Blockchain Summit, proving the potential of VR innovations in a range of industries.
ImmVRse, a revolutionary blockchain-based Virtual Reality (VR) content-sharing platform, has recently announced that their participation at the 2018 Blockchain Summit, held in Olympia London from June 26th to June 27th, 2018, was a great success. The company’s showcase won the crowd and proved that VR is still considered as one of the top innovations.
The company participated in the event as both a sponsor and an exhibitioner. The ImmVRse team’s goal was to spread public awareness about VR applications, providing the crowds with the information about VR’s mission in both every day and industry use, as well as to promote ImmVRse’s agenda of catalyzing the growth of the industry in the coming years.
The company’s CEO, Farabi Shayor said:
“ImmVRse will be the platform to bring all such content together and help showcase them to the world. Blockchain provides many benefits for our users including, gamification, rewards for participating, safe and efficient transactions between all stakeholder and copyright infringement.”
While telling people about ImmVRse’s potential contribution into the future of VR industry, the team was also demonstrating their product in action, offering first-timers the chance to experience VR with the company’s on-site Oculus Rift setup.
As VR hardware has improved steadily over the years in terms of performance and accessibility, the growing industry still requires equally impressive VR content. ImmVRse drove home to viewers the implications their platform has for the content market.
Limon Rahman, COO, and Co-founder of ImmVrse explained:
“One of the key messages I have been advocating is the importance of VR content. The industry has been going through an exciting period of growth and speculation in the past 12 months,”
“Numerous headlining snippets of news have been appearing on mainstream media. For instance, Google and Alibaba investing $1.4billion into Magic Leap to develop a head-mounted virtual retinal display and Spielberg bringing VR to the big screen with his movie, Ready Player One.”
ImmVRse wasn’t the only company offering VR solutions at the summit. Two more startups was also introducing their VR-related products, demonstrating the growing interest in the industry.
The ImmVRse platform is currently hosting its main token sale, allowing users an early opportunity to purchase its native token that will be used throughout the entire ImmVRse ecosystem.
As VR solutions have a great potential of being implemented in a wide range of industries besides gaming, the ImmVRse token is very likely to quickly skyrocket in value. Among the industries where VR can be successfully used are education, health, tourism, and many other sectors.
The token sale has begun on July 7th and will last until September 7th, 2018. Once the token sale is complete, the team hopes to bring an alpha version of the platform online before the end of the year.
In the meantime, ImmVrse has also scheduled more events in Singapore, Dubai, and South Korea later this year to further spread awareness in other key markets.