Re-State Foundation is a Swiss-based non-profit foundation that is reimagining the future of global governance. They aim to bring together leaders from public and private sectors, civil society, tech entrepreneurs and the youth of today in order to create and test governance models for today that can be used for years and years beyond in order to strive for a peaceful global co-existence. They are also set to launch the first-ever MetaUniversity in the Metametaverse.
The MetaUniversity and its subjects
It will be a place of study where various scholars from within Re-State’s selected fields will be able to collaborate and share ideas on their vision for future world governance. All knowledge, present, past, and future is set to be shared in this virtual University.
Re-State aims to promote the global narrative of collaboration with a special emphasis on technological development. Subjects that will be studied at the MetaUniversity include Web3, crypto-economics, digital identity solutions among others. Oh, and of course, the evolution of human collaboration and governance is at the heart of the project.
These subjects that are at the heart of the MetaUniversity are sentiments also echoed by Alexandra Seaman, Head of Partnerships at the Re-State Foundation:
“The MetaUniversity is an essential part of digital commons driven by community solidarity, group ownership, and open source technologies. We want the metaverse we are developing to become a safe space for its visitors to explore different aspects of human collaboration and discuss the impact of emerging technologies”
The MetaUniversity will also act as a portal for shared space in which users can access educational spaces in other metaverses too in an effort to make this education that bit more accessible. All of this will be done through the Metamateverse protocol.
The Metametaverse protocol is a virtual society and platform for building metaverses. Simply, it connects metaverses!
According to Joel Dietz, Founder and CEO of Metametaverse:
“Facilitating learning and collaboration is one of the key reasons we built the Metametaverse. It provides a seamless way of connecting different metaverse spaces.”
And, it’s not just Re-State Foundation and Metametaverse that believe in what the project is trying to achieve.
Here are some words from Omar Ghobash who is the Assistant Minister for Cultural Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for the whole of the U.A.E:
“At the time of greatest need for coherence and cooperation at the global level, we welcome leadership in promoting the connectivity and interdependence between people, as well as collaborative governance innovations. The UAE shares the same vision and spirit, and we look forward to co-developing and testing new collaborative tools that can help us attain more agile and resilient societies”
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