News Is the internet’s newest world of lounging worth checking out?
No matter how harmful social media can sometimes be, no one can deny how easy it has become to connect and reconnect with friends through this platform. Heck, one network is enough for all social needs – one might prefer Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or even Discord.
However, even though the pandemic is slowly waning and almost everyone is out and about, people still prefer to use social media sites to pass the time. Well, come to think of it, anything is possible on the Internet – you can create your own avatar, customize your own space, explore virtual spaces, and meet new people on different servers!
Now that this new virtual platform is getting all the attention, you may have seen some of your friends try it too. It’s called Bondee, and it was recently launched by Singapore-based tech startup Metadream.
So, what exactly is Bondee?
Bondee is a metaverse social networking platform that allows friends to communicate and chat with each other in a virtual world. In the app, you can customize your avatar to create a mini version of yourself – with your own decorated space and hangout for you and your friends.
Some Filipinos themselves are already on the app and apparently having a lot of fun with it.
You might even think it’s very similar to The Sims or other games. Well, you’re not entirely wrong. It’s too early to tell whether the platform will be good or bad. Look at the newly launched app, there will definitely be more updates in the future!
So, if you have FOMO, might as well join this club! In any case, there’s nothing wrong with trying new things.
By the way, we are also in Bondi! Find us at @inqpop.
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