Most of the people that already come into High Fidelity are some form of creator. Some of us our programmers, others are artists, a few of us could be considered both.
Facebook operates on a free-to-use business model where the users (and more importantly, data that describes them ) is the real product. Frankly, it’s the reason I’ve recently sold my Rift (yeah, CaptainOculus sold his Rift) and I haven’t visited the book of face more than twice in 2017.
I’ve been quietly developing an experience with the Vive and it’s tracking sensor pack that wouldn’t require anyone to login to High Fidelity. You just show up. Anonymous to them. If hifi can deliver on the promise of keeping the HFC Wallet independent of the user login; I have no problems accepting HFC for goods and services when they become available. So now for my question:
Would you be more comfortable with
"…a free experience where I sell YOUR usage data to other companies…“
”…a paid experience where you can remain anonymous…"
You may have noticed I have not created a poll. Just give me your thoughts and feelings about this topic. Thanks!