A couple exchanged NFT tokens instead of wedding rings

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Newlyweds Rebecca Rose and Peter Kacherginsky from the United States have found a non-trivial way to tie the knot. Instead of wedding rings, they used something more secure - non-fungible tokens (NFT), which are tied to their blockchain accounts.

The wedding began as a traditional Jewish ceremony, but at some point, the newlyweds went outside, took out smartphones, activated personal NFTs, and exchanged them.

“Most people get married in a holy place or natural beautiful areas. Peter and I are NOT most people. We got married using the blockchain,” Rose tweeted on the wedding thread.

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Theoretically, wedding vows in this form will last forever, and any Internet user can make sure of this on a specialized platform.