Facebook is not just a social media company.. Mark Zuckerberg said

The world's leading social media company Facebook is preparing to change its name next week.

Facebook is not just a social media company.. Mark Zuckerberg said

Facebook is not just a social media company...Mark Zuckerberg said  

Facebook can change its name

The world's leading social media company Facebook is preparing to change its name next week. As The Verge reports, Facebook's entire focus is in the form of the Metaverse. The meaning of metaverse is to keep people connected to the virtual world and virtual environment with the help of the internet. Metavarsha also defines the digital sector in which Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality play an important role. Metaverse uses BlockChain technology. In this, users can also buy virtual land or digital assets with cryptocurrency. According to the report, Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg can discuss it at the company's annual meeting on October 28, but the new name may be announced soon.

Instagram, WhatsApp, and Oculus will be affected

The rebranding of Facebook will also see its impact on other companies such as Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus, and others. It is known that Facebook currently has more than ten thousand employees and manufactures other products related to technology from AR glasses. In July, Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, said that he sees Facebook as a big metaverse company rather than just being a social media company.

Preparation for recruitment of ten thousand

Facebook had earlier announced that it was preparing to recruit 10,000 people to start work on the Metaverse in Europe. Zuckerberg said in July that this would be a new chapter in the company.

Facebook is not the only company to change its name

Facebook is not the first tech company to change its name. To pursue its ambitious plans, in the year 2015, Google surpassed a search engine to become Google Alphabet. Similarly, Snapchat also created Snap Inc. in 2016. In the same year, it made a mark as a camera company and produced the first spectacles camera glass.