Two Coinbase employees managed to find exciting uses by incorporating NFT into the wedding and exchanging digital tokens during the ceremony.
Rebecca Rose and Peter Kacherginsky said that in addition to performing traditional Jewish rituals, the couple also sent digital tokens to each other as “virtual rings.” Rose said in a Twitter post about the wedding that their virtual ring now exists on the blockchain, “Everyone can see the evidence of our mutual commitment.”
Usually, to put it mildly, wedding photos with a couple on the altar using a mobile phone can be frustrating. But even though they are basically exchanging rings, they are exchanged in an unconventional way, which makes it a little cute. It can also help you actually see your transactions-obviously, it is on the blockchain.
I know we often use NFT here edge, But honestly, the more I delve into the details of this nerd, the cuter it is. For example, they named the token Tabaat, which is “ring”
The couple also commissioned the animation to be added to the NFT, which in itself is a pretty good representation of marriage.
The name of the token is Tabaat, which means ring in Hebrew. We store an animation of artist Carl Johan Hasselrot (@cjhasselrot) in a unique tag, which illustrates that two very different things become one, just like in marriage. #NFTArt 3/7 pic.twitter.com/5s8hLGbRdG
-Rebecca Rose (@rgoldilox) April 2, 2021
The charm of this story is not the real technical details-most people may not find blockchain as romantic. It was two nerds who found a nerd, they both were passionate about it, and turned it into an important moment in love. That is something that is easy to love.