True, because through more recycling approaches and the promotion of a circular economy, the resulting added value can be passed on to consumers through the reduced use of resources. In this way, capital goods as well as consumer goods can be scaled up in the end by much broader consumer groups. This better socialization of investment and consumption leads to more and sustainable, profitable growth with lower resource consumption.
Because the metaverse will significantly reduce the still existing interfaces between real experience of work and consumption environments and virtually designed environments, information and product offers and work environments. The development speed of metaverse applications probably corresponds to the ratio of 10 metaverse year= 5 Internet years=1 real years. This exponential development is flat at the beginning. The question is how long, before it then increases very steeply. In the later steeper curve, entry is extremely much more expensive, and the early movers are hard to catch up with. With an early experimental participation, the starting places are secured, on basis of own experience to imagine applications for the own business fields, which open up only with the own active participation. It was no different with the Internet, only slower.