ImmVRse Set to Make VR Millionaires
Blockchain start-up ImmVrse set to provide a VR sharing platform allowing creators to sell their own content and be found by employers.
Blockchain Company ImmVrse According to a new research accrued out in the UK, many seven to 11-year-olds are turning to modern technology as they consider their career paths, rather than professions such as police officer or doctor.
The survey, which involved 13,000 UK primary school children, was carried out by the Education and Employers charity, asked children to draw pictures of the job they wanted to do when they grow up. Other studies carried out by travel company, First Choice, showed that one-third of respondents said they wanted to be a YouTuber.
So what makes being a content creator so desirable? Aside from the fact that the YouTubers get paid for every 1000 ad views, it also opens huge potential for them to be recognised globally. YouTube has truly been a game-changer in the Internet age, allowing anyone with a camera and access to a computer to share their talents with an international audience, with a simple click of a button.