According to McKinsey & Company, the metaverse might produce up to $5 trillion in revenue by 2030. Furthermore, metaverse actions may have an impact on more than 80% of commerce.
McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting organization, released a paper last week titled “Value creation in the Metaverse.” Investigation began by polling over 3,400 consumers and executives on metaverse adoption, its potential, and how it may influence behavior. According to McKinsey, by 2030, it’s entirely possible that the metaverse will host more than half of all live events.
Furthermore, according to McKinsey, metaverse could influence more than 80% of commerce. And the metaverse will be hosting the majority of learning, development, and collaboration. “We predict the average internet user to spend up to six hours a day in metaverse experiences by 2030,” McKinsey added.
According to the estimate, more than $120 billion will have been invested in the metaverse by 2022. Assessment of the metaverse’s potential effect by 2030 is based on a bottom-up view of consumer and enterprise use cases. “In short, given the extremely high degrees of technical, regulatory, and societal uncertainty, our prognosis represents our best guess”, the report described.
The metaverse is simply too enormous to ignore, with the potential to generate $5 trillion in value by 2030.
JPMorgan, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, and Fidelity Investments are among the big banks and financial companies that now have a presence in the metaverse.
Furthermore, according to a study done in April, the metaverse will be the most popular location for crypto, with 70% of respondents saying that “cryptocurrency and blockchain technology breakthroughs will be important to molding the future of the metaverse.”