In this interview, co-founder of High Fidelity Philip Rosedale discusses how his blockchain-based virtual reality platform enables new and improved ways for people to not only socialize but also genuinely connect, harboring the potential to improve how people and communities around the world relate to one another

Virtual reality is poised to revolutionize how people can relate—and the potential applications for fostering better communication and interactions between users the world over are only continuing to expand. Rather than increasing isolation, for which technology is often blamed, the latest versions of this low-latency digital interface instead can be implemented to improve relations between people who otherwise wouldn't have the chance to interact, providing the opportunity to create greater compassion and understanding between previously disparate communities.

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