Today is an important moment for Shurick Agapitov, the visionary behind Xsolla, as he launches his latest literary project, Once Upon Tomorrow. The book, which departs from traditional narratives, provides a new perspective on the Metaverse and its potential impact on global creativity.
Agapitov’s vision goes far beyond typical industry discourse, presenting the Metaverse as more than just a digital playground, but as a realm full of opportunity and diversity. Once Upon Tomorrow extends an open invitation to people all over the world to help shape a future in which technology unlocks human potential and fosters limitless creativity.
The book explores the Metaverse’s untapped potential, focusing on its ability to bring diverse brands together, create immersive consumer experiences, and enrich global cultures. Agapitov emphasizes the Metaverse’s democratizing power, highlighting its ability to level the playing field and provide equal opportunities for content creators worldwide.
But Once Upon Tomorrow is more than just about technological innovation; it is a vision for a future in which technology serves humanity in all of its forms. Agapitov envisions a world in which every industry, from fashion to healthcare, undergoes a transformative shift, guided by the principles of diversity and empowerment.
One of the book’s highlights is Agapitov’s in-depth look at the evolution of technology, from the early days of social media to the immersive applications of the future. He discusses the various tech stakeholders’ roles, as well as the ongoing need for networking and hardware advancements.
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