Mytaverse raised $7.6M Seed to grow headset-free immersive, digital landscapes
The business-facing metaverse Mytaverse raised $7.6M in Seed funding. Blumberg Capital led the round. Alberto Peisach contributed as a follow-on investor, while Baselayer Ventures, Correlation Ventures, and Accelerator Ventures also participated. Begun in 2020 by Kenneth Landau and Jaime Lopez, Mytaverse helps businesses build and manage immersive spaces in the metaverse.
- The development fund will allow Mytaverse to grow more speedily and steadily and introduce more life-like avatars.
- Managing partner and founder of Blumberg Capital, David Blumberg, and John Paul Milciunas from Baselayer Ventures will join Mytaverse's board of directors.
- The Miami, Florida-based Mytaverse gives businesses the tools to construct virtual landscapes.
- Companies can use their immersive digital spaces to host meetings, employee training sessions, and conferences.
- Mytaverse locales provide a sustainable alternative to traditional in-office work.
- No VR or AR headsets or other devices are required.