Last week’s rumors were confirmed. Mark Zuckerberg confirmed the company’s ongoing rebranding of Facebook Connect. Now the company will not talk about Facebook, but will focus on the “Meta” and the creation of the metaverse.
Mark Zuckerberg surprised skeptics who didn’t believe the company wanted to drop the Facebook name. However, this is what happens – The company relies on “meta”, Because, according to the CEO, this name is meant to represent the future of Facebook.
“We are a company that builds connected technology. Together, we can finally put people at the center of our technology. Together, we can unleash an even greater creative economy. To reflect who we are and what we hope to build.”
However, it must be emphasized that this is just a change in the name of the company and it is likely that the social networking site will not be called “Meta”. This word is related to…. Metaverse:
“Currently our brand is closely linked to a single product. But over time, I hope we will be seen as the Metavir line.”
The situation is interesting because Zuckerberg somehow wants to separate “Meta” from “Facebook” and customers of Metaverse products will not need to have an app and an account on the social network. This is a surprising decision, because before that, the company provided users with full integration at every step and forced them to create an account on Facebook.
You can enter the site now Facebook.com/metaIt presents the idea of the company and heralds a new future.
Communication is evolving and so are we.
Metaverse is the next evolution of social bonding. Our company’s vision is to help create a metaverse for life, so we’re changing our name to reflect our commitment to this future. “
Last week, The Verge reported the rebranding, because Facebook doesn’t want to be associated only with a “social media company,” and Meta will focus on Zuckerberg’s plan – metaverse creation.
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