The Voxels metaverse appears to host everything you can imagine, including an African museum. Participants can find the location in Voxels’ Seoul area. Thus, the new venue will showcase some of Africa’s top digital artists. The gallery’s outstanding collectibles extend the growing space of NFT-enabled museums.
What does Voxels’ African NFT museum look like?
Voxels’ Seoul area welcomed a new addition to its territory: the African Museum of the metaverse. The venue is a three-story building; actually, each floor brings a new experience to the participants.
For instance, you can find the Ubuntu Gallery on the ground floor. There, you can explore a wide variety of digital artworks created by African artists. Obviously, every artwork is available as an NFT, thus, you can also mint some of them.
Simultaneously, the second and third floors host the “Forging The Future” display until September 10. This rotating exhibition features new artworks weekly for a various experience.
Majorly, Voxels is the second virtual location of the Metaverse’ African Museum. In addition, you can visit the venue in Decentraland’s Afroverse Estate. Hence, the team will also shortly open museums in The Sandbox, Matrix Worlds, and NFT Worlds.
What other NFT museums are there?
Since the NFT boom began, many physical museums have found a place in the Web3 world. For example, the Russia’s Hermitage Museum provided digital copies of classic paintings the previous summer. From Da Vinci to Van Gogh, the NFT auction raised more than $440,000 overall.
However, everything is reversed. In July 2021, a CryptoPunk NFT became part of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami.
To sum it up, Web3 Museums are a perfect way of discovering and collecting artworks from around the world. Whether it is the British Museum, the Hermitage Museum in Russia, or the Metaverse African Museum of Voxels, we can discover exclusive cultures in seconds.