The team of forward-thinking enthusiasts at Quantum Wedding has reiterated their commitment to bringing to clients their vision of virtual worlds with an emphasis on wedding spaces as the studio recently launched a wedding NFT application. The solution is designed to allow the creation of wedding invitations and anniversary gifts for the bride and groom to own their own Wedding metaverse 100%.
“Here at QuantumWedding, we work to give you the best-personalized Wedding of the Future you can keep Forever. Whatever Virtual Wish you desire for your Dream Wedding.”
The global NFTs market has witnessed tremendous growth over the years, with a recent report by Business Insider revealing that it hit $41 billion in 2021, fast catching up to the total size of the global fine art market. The concept has continued to gain traction as more people and businesses get into the metaverse and virtual space to own a part of it. Despite the amazing figures coming out of the metaverse, there are not too many happily ever after stories, which is where Quantum Wedding is looking to change the narrative with the launch of their NFT Application.
Quantum Wedding aims to help couples create their dream wedding in the virtual space, allowing them to own and white label their wedding invitation application or anniversary gift in a decentralized wedding metaverse.
The launch of the VR wedding solution is particularly timely, as the world battles issues like the pandemic. Consequently, Quantum Wedding aims to use top-notch tools and software used in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry to reform lost connections. The solution comes in different packages to allow couples to create an everlasting online wedding experience that can be relayed to several generations.
For further information about the wedding NFT application and to leverage the innovative solution from Quantum Wedding, visit – https://www.quantum.wedding/. The wedding NFT campaign is also gaining traction across social media, including Facebook and Instagram.