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YCombinator has become known as the top startup accelerator in the Valley. But a new kid on the block is aiming to take metaverse startups to the next level.
Limitless, a new integrator and platform as a service (PaaS) provider, is positioning itself to help startups establish themselves in the metaverse. The metaverse, according to co-CEOs Mike Vitez and David Taylor, is the new kind of Internet, consisting of decentralized virtual worlds that users can access and use interoperably.
“If we start from the assumption that metaverses are the new kind of Internet, we can see that there is a big need for a system like Limitless,” Vitez says.
“We are still searching for use cases, partners, and products.”
Providing Money, People, and Market
Limitless plans to be the one-stop-shop for startups looking to enter the metaverse. The platform will provide money, people, and market – everything a startup needs to be successful, according to Vitez.
As for the market, Limitless is partnering with Next Earth, a company that is building the first decentralized virtual world. This will give startups a way to launch their products and services in the metaverse.
The First Generation of Metaverse Businesses
With the help of Limitless, Vitez and Taylor aim to incubate hundreds of startups and position them to be the first generation of “metaverse businesses.”
“We’re in a race to create a digital human experience and naturally opposed to large corporations that have been trying to conquer the digital avatars of their users – as we’ve seen from large social media and gaming corporations in the last few years,” Taylor says.
The co-CEOs believe that the Metaverse will provide a level playing field for all businesses, regardless of size. That’s because in the metaverse, it’s not about having the biggest marketing budget or the most expensive servers. Rather, it’s about who can provide the best user experience.
With its mix of capital, talent, and market access, Limitless is well positioned to help startups succeed in the metaverse. And that’s good news for everyone who wants to see a more fair and open Internet.
Where Today’s Integrators Fall Short
The traditional integrator model is built around pumping out centralized, isolated applications as quickly as possible to gain traction and then exit via acquisition by a larger company. This development methodology doesn’t work so well in the decentralized metaverse where there are no centralized servers, no controlled platforms, and no single points of failure.
In order to be successful in the metaverse, startups need to focus on building engaging user experiences that are loved by their users. They also need to be built on top of decentralized infrastructure so that they can’t be shut down or censored by any single entity.
This is where Limitless comes in. The company is designed to help startups succeed in the Metaverse by providing them with the capital, talent, and market access they need to succeed.
So if you’re a startup looking to make your mark in the metaverse, don’t miss out on the opportunity to work with Limitless.
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