That Island Nation Found The Remedy In The Metaverse

The island country of Tuvalu, which will be wiped off the map due to the climate crisis, has found the remedy in the metaverse. It will be moved to the metaverse platform as the world’s first digital country.

The island country of Tuvalu, located in the Pacific Ocean, is in danger of extinction due to rising waters due to the climate crisis. The entire country is expected to be submerged by the end of this century. Therefore, the country will create a digital copy on the metaverse platform. In this way, the historical and cultural heritage of the country will be preserved and kept alive. The country’s Foreign Minister, Simon Kofe, announced the project at the climate change summit in Egypt.

Tuvalu will be the first country to replicate itself in the metaverse. 40 percent of the capital area was submerged due to the tides. It wants to continue to function as a state even when the country is completely wiped off the map. The Metaverse is intended to become the owner of Tuvalu’s maritime borders and water resources. This will be the beginning of a new era in international law.

Metaverse, the other universe, is a digital platform that provides the potential to go beyond the physical universe by moving away from the dimension of time and space thanks to computers, android devices, VR lenses and various 3D user interfaces. The country’s Foreign Minister, Simon Kofe, gave a speech in the sea at last year’s climate summit to show just how much Tuvalu has been affected by rising waters.

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