A new metaverse festival is set to take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on June 14-17 with participants having the opportunity to dive into the culture of the digital world.
Over the course of four days, Met Ams will explore different aspects of metaverse culture, from how NFTs and metaverse affect each industry – art and music to fashion and games – to cover topics such as diversity, inclusion and sustainability.
The festival will bring together professionals from marketing, technology and cryptography, artists, musicians and designers, such as the digital fashion house The Fabricant and the non-fungible token (NFT) initiative Boss Beauties.
Between riveting facilities, workshops and networking events, visitors can watch lectures and panel discussions aimed at creating an image of the metaverse.
“Digital rarity and luxury in the post-universe”, “borderless revolution: how web3 creates new opportunities around the world”, “what happens when technology and creativity collide?”, “How will our physical and digital identities coexist? ; “,” blockchain for good: charity and transparency in the post-universe “are some of the topics that will be discussed.
“Web3 is evolving rapidly,” said Peter Mir, co-founder of Met Ams. “Outside of Europe, there are many post-universe events and conferences. We want to make sure Europe does not lag behind. Met Ams is here to keep Europe abreast of developments in technology, metaverse, NFT and Web3. ” reported.