56.8% of metaverse-related tweets from Vietnam were positive sentiments that support the concept.
A recent analysis of more than a million tweets showed a list of countries that love and hate the metaverse, with Vietnam showing the most love for the concept and Ireland topping the opposite side of the spectrum.
Crypto data website CoinKickoff analyzed 1.6 million tweets from different parts of the world to determine which countries are in favor of the metaverse concept and which countries oppose it. The results showed that Vietnam topped the in-favor list, with 56.8% of the metaverse tweets coming from the southeast-Asian country being positive.
East-Asian countries were generally positive toward the concept. Apart from Vietnam, the Philippines, Ukraine, Nigeria and Indonesia also made it to the top countries in support of the metaverse.
Meanwhile, Ireland was on top of the list of countries with the most tweets opposing the metaverse. The data showed that 14.4% of the metaverse-related tweets from the European country were negative toward the concept.
Western countries were the ones with the most opposition to the metaverse. Apart from Ireland, Denmark, New Zealand, the United States and Canada had the most tweets voicing negative sentiments toward the metaverse.
Meanwhile, metaverse use cases continue to develop as time goes on. In a recent interview, Jennifer Roberts, a partner at Woodstock Ventures, told Cointelegraph how the Woodstock music festival is using the metaverse to reinvent its future and preserve its legacy. Roberts described the metaverse as a “democratizing experience” and a place where people celebrate things they believe in.
Nokia, a brand many remember for mobile devices, has also dived into the metaverse to connect remote beer breweries and aircraft technicians. Nokia Oceania’s chief technical officer Robert Joyce recently told Cointelegraph that Nokia has been conducting joint experiments to utilize the metaverse in various ways.