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The Avatar Pentagon
Our goal is to keep our minds as open as possible to truly embrace the opportunity to reshape parts of human interaction. Hence, here are some directional features to guide your perception:
Interoperable identity - You take your identity with you across virtual worlds and services, such as how you look and what you have accomplished. Nonetheless, you are not bound to one single identity for all purposes.
Convergence of digital and physical lives - You transfer parts from the offline world to your metaverse persona - and vice versa. For example, a POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol) is added to your digital identity when you attend an offline event.
Ability to own the digital - Digital can now be yours. Being able to carry your identity and possessions through an NFT across multiple decentralized applications and virtual worlds is breaking up silos.
Movement across spaces - You seamlessly move across different worlds and services, without the need to overcome individual entry barriers.
Real-time human interaction - You move, work, and play, with other humans at the same time and at scale in mutual interaction.
Your physical identity is reflected in a variety of ways, including your appearance, where you went to school, and where you live. The same is true for your online identity, which is a reflection of both your domain name and virtual address.
This identity is based on data gathered about you, such as your search history, prior transactions, demographic data, or chat history, which collectively form your online profile.
What we call the metaverse identity is you linking your physical, and online identity to a digital one - only if you want to. Here, you are in charge of your interactions with others and control the information about your personal identification. The support layer for this is a decentralized platform built on public blockchain technology.