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Bali Metatourism enters the metaverse

Bali Metatourism enters the metaverse

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Digital Agung Nusantara (Bali Twin Metaverse) has collaborated with Blackstone Indonesia, Grahadi Bali Entertainment and Kicau Mania to develop Bali Metatourism in the metaverse world. According to Indonesian Golkar Party's vice chairman Bamsoet Soesayto's Instagram post, through Bali Metatourism anyone, anywhere and at anytime, can enjoy the exotic island of Bali and the assets owned by PT Blackstone Indonesia, Black Lava Camp, Grahadi Bali Entertainment and Kicau Mania virtually as if they were in the real world.

MARKETING-INTERACTIVE has reached out to Bali Twin Metaverse for additional information and hasn't received a response from the team.

"Metaverse is an Augmented Reality (AR) technology that enables individuals to interact with other individuals virtually. In the world of the metaverse, users can do anything in virtual forms, such as gathering, holding meetings, working, playing, organising various events, attending concerts, shopping online, until buying a digital property," Soesayto added.

Soesayto explained that, Bali Twin Metaverse will reconstruct lands, buildings, artwork belonging to Blackstone Indonesia and Grahadi Bali Entertainment into the form of digital asset or non-fungible token (NFT). In addition, Bali Twin Metaverse will reconstruct bird sounds as well as animals owned by members of the Kicau Mania community in the form of NFT. The NFTs will be promoted through the Bali Twin Metaverse digital platform.

On a similar token, WIR Group is a technology company that focuses on augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence in Southeast Asia and has collaborated with DCII to show that data protection and security is one of the priorities in the ongoing development of Indonesia's metaverse.  Marking Indonesia's readiness to enter the world of the metaverse, the collaboration between the two companies was marked by the signing by the executive chairman and co-founder of WIR Group, Daniel Surya with the CEO of DCI Indonesia, Otto Toto Sugiri in Bali.

Sugiri explained that a data centre is a building used to store many servers and one of its functions is to accommodate website or web application traffic. In order for website or web application traffic to run smoothly, website owners must choose the best data centre.

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