Leveraging the advantages of blockchain, the concept of the metaverse attracts many investors and has a user base that measures in the millions.
Wanting to avoid coronavirus restrictions in India, the couple held the first wedding in the metaverse universe, with more than 3,000 guests attending the event.
Dinesh SP, 24, and Janaganandhini Ramaswamy, 23, were able to reach wider audiences as the number of weddings in the country was limited to 100.
ASIA’S FIRST METAVERSE MARRIAGE
Curious foreigners also attended the celebration, which lasted about two hours and was called “Asia’s first metaverse marriage.”
“I didn’t want to ruin my big day with limited guests, so I thought of throwing a party in the metaverse and inviting people from all over the world who could attend our special day,” Dinesh said. Said. I said.
SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES
Some guests who attended the wedding also shared their experiences on their social media accounts.
The groom, who works on blockchain technology and is enthusiastic about cryptocurrencies, and the bride, an IT professional, also sent their wedding invitations as non-tradable tokens (NFT-fungible tokens) to friends and family around the world.