Metawalls, a Berlin-based metaverse platform, aims to bring contemporary art and culture to the metaverse. The Decentraland exhibition and NFT platform are the first steps toward Metawalls’ objective of communicating Berlin’s specific culture to a global digital audience.
On April 8th, Metawalls will open the Embassy to the public for the first time, allowing visitors to see the facility for the first time. There will be both a physical and a Decentraland event for those who cannot attend in person. There will also be a discussion of the Web 3 sector’s opportunities and challenges. Collectors will also have access to roughly 30 NFTs in various formats, including CO-NFTs (collective ownership NFTs), editions, twins, and collections. Because the bulk of them are Genesis Drops, this will be an opportunity to get early copies of excellent artists that are prepared to rock the NFT cosmos.
Metawalls will unveil Embassy, a Metaverse location that will bring together artists, innovators, and collectors while also accelerating the promotion of art, freedom, and inclusiveness. Jim Avignon, Caro Pepe, Anne Bengard, Vidam, Ron Miller, Jadore, Marina Zumi, Bustart, Rabea Senftenberg, Sam Crew, Herr von Bias, Hülpman, Sr. Papa Chango, Vera Kochubey, Michael Sebastian Haas, Carolina Amaya, FIZ, and Rommy González are among the artists who will collaborate with Metawalls.
With the platform’s immersive capabilities, the Embassy will rise around 48 meters tall in Decentraland, transforming the digital experience for collectors and artists alike. Metawalls may also use the Embassy to bring more of Berlin’s art, creativity, and culture to the blockchain, bringing more community, equality, solidarity, and humanity into the universe. With openness, edginess, and a clash of styles and trends, the Embassy’s design and architecture are akin to those of Berlin’s actual art space.