In a new experiment, a Colombian court held a hearing on the Metaverse. This is the first domestic case of its kind and paves the way for more social interaction in the Web3 space. The trial he took place on February 15 involved the local transport union against the police. It was held by the Administrative Court of Madalena and presided over by Magistrate Maria Quinones Triana.

Hearings in traffic dispute lasted two hours, magistrate said it felt more “Real than video call” The case is now set to progress “partially” in the Metaverse, where a verdict could be reached as well.

Participants appeared as avatars in the virtual courtroom, with Quinones avatars wearing black court journalist Later she describes the experience as follows:wonderful” Before emphasizing one benefit of having an avatar represent you in the metaverse.

“A lot of people have their cameras turned off and I don’t know what they’re doing.”


More Trials May Be Hosted In The Metaverse

Given the success of the experiment, Quiones believes more such hearings are likely. “This is an academic experiment to show that it’s possible… but if everyone agrees with it,[my court]can keep things going in the metaverse.”

The trial is one of the first ever held in the Metaverse and is led by Columbia. A recent survey found that 69% of respondents believe the metaverse will change their social lives. This is due to new approaches in entertainment and other activities.

Some experts expect the metaverse to be fully conceptualized and built in the next decade. Cassie Hucklethe author of Into the Metaverse: The Essential Guide to Business Opportunities in the Web3 Era, I am one of those who share this feeling. In her interview she said: “Physical world side” Realization of Metaverse is expected “In the next 10 years”

“And this will have a huge impact on how we socialize.”

By Jules

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