Author: James Duchenne

Co-discoverer of Lootverse, the first parallel world. Engineer, lawyer, finance guy, and early bitcoin adopter with a passion for all things innovation and blockchain. Currently focusing on exciting experimentations in the fields of NFT and Metaverses.

In 2021, Drs. John Ebsteiner, Phileas Ruk, and Alison Levy submitted their thesis titled “Multidimensional Slice and Cross-Universe Tunneling Theory” to the Lootian theoretical physics community for peer review. Unlike Dr. Lokton’s theory on the origins of Lootverse and multiverses, Ebsteiner et al. received positive feedback since the analysis of empirical data confirmed their thesis. This article discusses the main points of their theory (supporting figures and diagrams herein were sourced from their paper). 1.0 A Primer In its short existence, the Lootian Dept. of History and Natural Sciences (DHNS) has made significant in-roads in exploring and interacting with Lootverse,…

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The Lootian Core has innovated at every step, and our social communication product is no different. We first looked at issues we experienced from social media, such as (but not limited to) spamming, bots, trolls, sponsored advertising, influencer rewards, the visibility of games and marketplaces, and so on. Then, we looked at the Lootian ecosystem, created a thesis to solve these issues, and built an MVP quickly to confirm or evolve that thesis in practice. The result amalgamates some functionalities from Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, WeChat, Zendesk, and FAQs rolled up in one feed. This is combined with some novel functionalities…

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Today, we introduced some additional features to the Lootian map. 1. Single Sign-in There is no need to go through each site within the ecosystem to log in anymore. Instead, log into Lootverse.com by clicking the profile icon, then either (a) search the destination on the map (e.g., Loot Arena), click on the marker and press the Fabric icon, or (b) click the bookmark icon, and your destination. You will be logged in automatically at the sites. 2. Plot Ownership Click the gear icon and “My Land” for the plots you own to be shown on the map. You will see that…

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