The first Metaverse wedding in the decentralized land

The first Metaverse wedding in the decentralized land 


The first-ever digital wedding took place in the Metaverse when a couple from Phoenix tied the knot using their digital identities. On February 5, a virtual wedding took place in the Decentraland, with the witnesses, Clint Bolick, the Supreme Court Justice official and 2000 virtual guests. A group of lawyers were also hired to officialize the wedding of Ryan and Candice Hurley, the respective groom and bride of the event.


The marriage ceremony was held in the estate of Rose Law Group’s on Decentraland. The Rose Law Group had developed a meta-marriage framework with the incorporation of a premarital agreement that is virtual and the identification of the couple’s virtual identities and their assets as registered in the blockchain. The whole process Meta-Marriage was identified, recorded and tokenized as NFT on the blockchain network. The couple also faced some technical challenges while the fruitful event was taking place, but nevertheless, the virtual wedding was the first of its kind.

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