First Holocaust Museum in Metaverse to display NFTs from survivors

Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
The first Holocaust museum in the metaverse turns survivors' tragic memories into visual projects, connecting survivors and artists to educate younger generations about the Holocaust

Among other artistic mediums, video testimonies and interviews between survivors and online media creators are recorded either directly or through interpreters for survivors who do not speak Hebrew and shared to the Metaverse as an NFT on the blockchain.

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Not all of the NFTs will be testimonies or stories. For example, one of the collections on display will be a coat with a bloodstain that a Holocaust survivor has kept since the Holocaust, as the bloodstain is from her late brother who was murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust.

"This is an exciting process," said a Representative of Chasdei Naomi...

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