First Dubai couple to get married in ‘Metaverse’

A couple from Dubai has decided to get married in the metaverse after legal issues arising from their nationalities initially forced them to get wedded in Georgia in 2019. After the marriage, the pair stated they would utilize their own experience to help others get married at the online platform metaverse as well.

A couple from Dubai has decided to get married in the metaverse after legal issues arising from their nationalities initially forced them to get wedded in Georgia in 2019. After the marriage, the pair stated they would utilize their own experience to help others get married at the online platform metaverse as well.

After confronting legal issues while registering their marriage, Florian Ughetto, who is a French national living in Dubai and Liz Nunez, his fiancee, reportedly plan to get married in the metaverse on May 19.

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The couple also stated that the decision to set their wedding in the metaverse came three years later they got married in Georgia. As per a report by the Blockchain Group, the wedding outfits of the pair were obtained through Opensea, a non-fungible token (MFT) marketplace.

The report further said around 20 of the closest friends of the couple would join them through the metaverse.

While explaining the steps that the pair will take while exchanging vows, the report said the about to be husband and wife would go to a place in the metaverse for their after-wedding party.

According to the report, the pair got married earlier in Georgia in 2019 after they faced problems while registering their union locally because of their nationalities.

“That is one of the causes why we chose to fly to Georgia to register our wedding,” the report quotes Ughetto explaining the situation.

Moreover, the report explained that the couple has since established a wedding planning company that will be specializing in virtual/online weddings. The couple is looking forward to their wedding as a test run.

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While the final cost for the whole wedding has not been disclosed yet, but the report estimates that this will be around $800 or DH3,000. This will be a scarce moment for the whole world.

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