Dating.com Couples May Now Be Married In The Metaverse
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Dating.com Couples May Now Be Married In The Metaverse

Dating.com Couples May Now Be Married In The Metaverse

Sarah Morgan
Sep 23, 2022

The leading online dating service, Dating.com, has formally joined Web3 and introduced a metaverse dating experience. Three Dating.com “couples” will get married at the very center of the metaverse as a way to celebrate the new feature.

Dating.com Couples May Now Be Married In The Metaverse.

Therefore, everybody is welcome to the rites of the metaverse. However, if you want to attend the event, you’d better prepare your best attire because there is a required dress code.

The metaverse on Dating.com is unquestionably a groundbreaking Web3 project. But there are even more things to be aware of!

KJ Dhaliwal, Chief Technology Officer of Dating.com Group, said, “We’re happy to be the primary courting website to unveil our digital courting metaverse,” he also added that they were looking forward to seeing Dating.com users continue to form worldwide relationships on its new home.

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