Planetary augmented reality platform technology is developed by Niantic and the initial launch of the Fold AR app will be on November 23, 2021 (Image source: Niantic)

Planetary augmented reality platform technology has been developed by Niantic and the initial launch of the Fold AR app will be on November 23, 2021.

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With the gradual selection of augmented reality and virtual reality, there are many new technologies and concepts emerging. Metaverse is one of the most popular upcoming technologies that are said to change our lives on the internet. With everyone exploring augmented reality and virtual reality, one of the well-known names in the augmented reality sector, the maker of Pokemon Go Niantic Laboratories Creates an Augmented Reality-based Crypto Hunting Experience with Bitcoin Fuld application for payments company. The concept of this is similar to pokemon goPlayers are asked to go out and search for items on their phones.

The partnership marks Niantic’s foray into the metaverse. Fuld CEO Will Reeves describes this project as the most fun and easiest way for someone to earn their first bitcoin. In the Fold app, users will have to go places to search for bitcoins. This is similar to pokemon go, where users go to places in the real world to catch pokemon. In this application, users will be able to discover and collect Bitcoin and other prizes around them. “Anyone can use our app to earn Bitcoin and other rewards by exploring the world around them. For us, it has always been important to make it easy for anyone to participate in the Bitcoin economy, regardless of education or technical expertise.”

Planetary augmented reality platform technology is developed by Niantic and the initial launch of the Fold AR app will be on November 23, 2021. It will allow a small number of users to access the experience for a limited time each day.

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