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Soccer Star Holds First-Ever Metaverse Wedding on the Moon

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The metaverse is a digital world that allows people to interact with each other in the same environments. People have been dreaming of flying to the moon. But it has always been physically impossible until now – thanks to the metaverse.

European football star Kevin-Prince Boateng tied the knot with his partner on June 11. In what is being recognized as “the first metaverse wedding.” 

The Hertha Berlin player utilized innovative technology to create an unforgettable experience at his wedding with model and businesswoman Valentina Fradegrada. Boateng also sought help from Enzo Miccio in organizing the event.

The happy couple, Boateng and Valentina held a live wedding on June 11. The ceremony took place in Tuscany Italy with their loved ones present to support them. German news site Spox reported that fans attended the virtual event.

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The metaverse moon wedding was a great success, selling out at 50 euros.

“I wanted something special for Valentina, something that has never existed before,” explained Boateng. “Thanks to OVER, we can celebrate our love like no one has done before, in a space location.”

The wedding was the first to occur within the metaverse, and wedding organizer Enzo Miccio was responsible for its success. He shared photos of the event on Instagram and explained his process.

“Imagine putting together a slightly crazy wedding planner who loves challenges and Over the Reality. Also the love that unites two people such as soccer star Kevin-Prince Boateng and Valentina Fradegrada – famous influencer, entrepreneur, DJ, and five-time Wushu Kung Fu champion,” he said.

Miccio revealed that the newlyweds wanted to be able to marry where no one had done so before, and the metaverse presented a solution.

“The collaboration between us and OVER has given life to a personalized location created entirely with 3D technology,” said the organizer. “The couple, however, also wanted their fans to participate in their wedding. And so it will be. In fact, all participants will be able to access it through an exclusive NFT.”

The wedding planner’s virtual avatar also attended the metaverse event along with the couple’s pet dogs.

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