Although the NFT space has exploded this year, it was certainly lacking commemorative NFTs – and that’s exactly what Remember is. This innovative project allows you to collect stunning Memorial Stones as NFTs and keep them in its upcoming Metaverse.
From digital flowers to breathtaking virtual locations, this project is all about remembering your dear ones forever – so let’s dive into details.
Remember: a commemorative NFT treasure
Starting December 8, we will all be able to commemorate the loved ones we miss through Remember’s Memorial Stone NFTs. This exquisite collection of 5,000 3D-styled NFTs is featuring 100% unique stone art digital assets, each with its own breathtaking beauty.
The collectibles, built on the Ethereum blockchain, are featuring impressive nature-inspired backgrounds and magical traits. The sphere accompanying each stone represents the cycle between life and death, as well as our closeness to the ones we’ve lost. Meanwhile, the delicate rings surrounding the stones are protecting our loved ones’ souls, inspiring comfort, support, and harmony.
NFTs utility & free Memorial Flowers
However, there’s more than just beauty here: you’ll be able to use Remember NFTs in other metaverse platforms, as well as social media. In addition, holders can add their Memorial Stone assets to the Memorial Hall. This is a virtual place for owners to showcase images, texts, 3D artworks, and other significant files.
Minting will begin on December 8 via the Remember official website. However, you can already join the team’s Memorial Flower NFT minting event for free. Holders can use the beautiful digital bouquets as a homage to the souls found in the Memorial Hall.
In summary, each Memorial Stone NFT reminding you of a loved one will become an important part of the upcoming Remember Metaverse.
The magic of an upcoming metaverse
Surprisingly, the Remember Metaverse is the first commemoration NFT space worldwide. In essence, this unique place will be a virtual graveyard where holders can create everlasting memories of the ones they’ve lost. Much like the Memorial Stone NFTs, the metaverse itself will feature 3D-styled elements inspired by nature.
Accordingly, there will be multiple areas in the metaverse where owners can display Memorial Stones. The commemorative spot will also host the Memorial Hall, which can be used to further express your appreciation for your loved ones.
Moreover, the Remember team is planning to expand the project to other metaverses too. Accordingly, admins are going to purchase land in some of the most popular metaverses to date, including The Sandbox and Decentraland. There, users will enjoy a brand new series of Memorial Parks.