Facebook-owned company Meta has begun testing new devices that will allow creators to sell digital assets on the virtual reality platform Horizon Worlds.
These new devices will initially be available for users to choose from on the company’s platform.
Meta said such devices are an important step in the vision of MetaVers where creators can earn something and people can buy digital goods, services and experiences.
However, the company has confirmed that it will charge the creators a 47.5% fee on the sale of their virtual goods in Metavers.
In a blog post, Meta said that Meta Versus – which is not limited by nature – will bring new creative stages and new opportunities for a new generation of creators and businesses.
Creators and entrepreneurs will have more freedom to find a business model that works for them.
Shopping at Horizon Worlds will be available to people over the age of 18 in the United States and Canada.